Sports Quiz #11 Answers

Sports Quiz

Here are the answers to Sports Quiz #11…

1. How many balls are used in a game of Billiards?

A. 3 (Red, Yellow and White)

2. In what year was the first Rugby World Cup held?

A. 1987

3. Which City lost out on hosting the Summer Olympics in 1944 due to WWII?

A. London

4. Which manager holds the record for the logest serving Premier League Manager?

A. Sir Alex Ferguson (21 Seasons)

5. How many players are in the water at any one time in a water polo match?

A. 14 (6 outfield and one goalkeeper each)

6. Which Major League Baseball Team won the 2019 World Series?

A. Washington Nationals

7. Which Boxer has an autobiography titled “Undisputed Truth”?

A. Mike Tyson

8. In darts, which number is directly above 14?

A. 9

9. As of 2020, the ‘Raiders’ are an NFL team based in which US City?

A. Las Vegas

10. Which Scottish Rally Driver tragically died in a helicopter crash in 2007?

A. Colin McRae

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