For all you sports enthusiasts out there, here is a quiz that will leave you simply amazed. There’s something interesting for everyone, so have a look at the questions and answers in this sports trivia, and test your sporting knowledge.
Retired American swimmer Michael Fred Phelps II is easily the most successful Olympian ever. He has won a whopping 22 medals at the 3 Olympics he has taken part in. Out of those, 18 are gold, more than double the next best Olympian.
Arguably, every person on this planet loves some sport or the other. To name a few, sports like soccer, cricket, football, tennis, basketball, and baseball, have hundreds of millions of fans all over the world. As a true fan you’d always be wanting to gather more and more information about your favorite sport, and more likely the team you root for. A sports trivia, with amazing facts and figures in just what’s needed then.
Here is an easy sports trivia, which will be thoroughly enjoyed by kids too.
Show Answer None
Show Answer The Brooklyn Dodgers: 1938
Show Answer Player’s strike
Show Answer Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr.
Show Answer Michael Chang
Show Answer Goran Ivanišević: 2001
Show Answer 1877
Show Answer Steffi Graf
Show Answer Martina Hingis: Winner in 1997 at 16 years of age
Show Answer Brazil
Show Answer AFC Portsmouth
Show Answer Egypt: 1934
Show Answer Uruguay
Show Answer A game between club giants Real Madrid and Barcelona
Show Answer Four: 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007
Show Answer Yorkshire and Leicestershire
Show Answer C.B. Fry
Show Answer Sachin Tendulkar
Show Answer Sir Donald Bradman
Show Answer The most valuable player (MVP)
Show Answer Harlem Globetrotters
Show Answer USA has won the gold 14 times out of 18 editions
Show Answer Soccer ball
Show Answer Slam dunk
Show Answer The New Orleans Saints
Show Answer Dick Vermeil
Show Answer Chicago Bears lineman Dick Plasman
Show Answer 1967 NFL Championship game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers: -13 degrees
Show Answer Oct 22, 1939: The Brooklyn Dodgers Vs. Philadelphia Eagles (broadcast by NBC to 500 TV sets)
Show Answer Karch Kiraly
Show Answer Seven―one in each of the races in which he competed.
Show Answer Cricket
Show Answer Tennis, at the 1900 games in Paris. Charlotte Cooper of Great Britain was the first gold medalist.
Show Answer Bicycle moto x (cross)
Show Answer Hop, step, and jump
Show Answer Buster Douglas: 1990
Show Answer Pentathlete Hans-Gunnar Liljenwall in 1968
Show Answer Snowboarding
Show Answer Polo
Show Answer 155
Show Answer Cricket
Show Answer Greg Lemond from the US
Show Answer 11 individual bets
Show Answer 5 minutes
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