Sports General Knowledge

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1Who became India’s second Grand Master in Chess after Vishwanathan Anand?Dibyendu Barua.
2What is the beginning level in Karate?White Belt.
3What is the national sport of India?Hockey.
4What is the national game of China?Table Tennis.
5The term Grand Slam is associated with?Lawn Tennis.
6Who was the first Test centurion in Indian Cricket?Lala Amarnath.
7Who broke Pete Sampras’s record of maximum Grand Slams in tennis?Roger Federer.
8In Volley ball, the number of players on each side is?6
9Saina Nehwal is associated with which sport?Badminton.
10The first man to swim across the Palk straits is?Mihir Sen.
11The game of Cricket originated in which country?Britain.
12The term Googly is associated with which sports?Cricket.
132014 FIFA World Cup will be held in?London.
14India first took part in the olympic games in the year?1920
15Who was adjudicated as the man of the series in the tournament of ICC World Cup 2011?Yuvraj Singh.
16The head quarters of International Olympic Committee is at?Lausanne in Switzerland.
17The 2014 football world cup is scheduled to be held in?Brazil.
18Who was the first Indian to win the World Amateur Billiards title?Wilson Jones.
19In which year did Milkha Singh win the first National title in the 400 m race?1957
20Who was the 1st ODI captain for India?Ajit Wadekar.
21The ‘Dronacharya Award’ is given to?Coaches.
22In which Indian state did the game of Polo originate?Manipur.
23Which cricketer died on the field in Bangladesh while playing for Abahani Club?Raman Lamba.
24The Indian football team made its first appearance at Olympics in the year?1948
25Who was the first captain of Indian Test team?C K Nayudu.
26Who has scored most number of Test hundreds?Sachin Tendulkar.
27Who is the highest wicket taker in Test cricket?Muttiah Muralitharan.
28Who was the first Indian to win an individual medal in Olympics?K.D.Jadhav.
29What is the national game of USA?Baseball.
30The term ‘Back-Stroke’, ‘Breast-Stroke’ and ‘Butterfly Stroke’ are associated with which sports?Swimming.
31The inaugural World Test Cricket Championship will take place in 2017 in which country?England.
32Name the cricketer who became the youngest Batsman to score 7000 Runs?Alastair Cook.
33‘Dhanraj Pillay’ was associated with which sports?Hockey.
34A Pugilist is a?Boxer.
35Michael Phelps, who won the highest number of gold medals in Olympic Games in 2008 and 2012, broke the record of?Mark Spitz.
36‘Green Park’, where test cricket is played, is located in which state?Kanpur.
37Davis Cup is related to which sports?Lawn Tennis.
38Number of players in a team of Water Polo is?7
39‘Prince of Wales Cup’ is associated with the game of?Golf.
40The first Indian to win PGA title of golf is?Arjun Atwal.
41The First Asian Games was held in which country?India.
42How many players play in a Kabaddi team?7
43Vijender Singh is associated with which sports?Boxing.
44Gagan Narang is associated with which sports?Shooting.
45Sushil Kumar is associated with which sports?Wrestling.
462018 FIFA World Cup would be held in?Russia.
47Whom did India beat in the final to clinch the 1983 cricket world cup?West Indies.
48The highest paid footballer of the world is?Lionel Messi.
49Bull Fighting is the national game of which country?Spain.
50The top sports award of India is?Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award.
51Davis cup is related with which sports?Lawn Tennis
52Davis cup is related with which sports?Lawn Tennis
53How much time are professional Golf Tour players allotted per shot?45 seconds
54India won its first Olympic Gold in Hockey in the year?1928
55The terms Bolting, Cannon, Cue are used in?Billiards
56B. C. Gupta Trophy is associated with?Basketball
57The Olympic flag was solemnly inaugurated in?Paris in June 1914
58First ever Commonwealth Games were held in 1930 in?Hamilton Ontario, Canada

50 Question Answer Set

1) What does FIFA stand for?

Answer: Federation International de Football Association.

2) When is the ball considered out of play in football?

Answer: (i) When it has crossed the goal or touchline on the ground and (ii) When the referee stops the game.

3) A referee carries along seven things with him. Name them?

Answer: Whistle, Coin, Watch, Notebook, Pencil, Ball, Coloured cards.

4) Describe a bicycle kick?

Answer: An overhead kick.

5) When was FIFA founded?

Answer: 21 May 1904 in Paris.

6) When and where was the first Ranji Trophy match played?

Answer: In Madras.

7) Two cities of the same name but in different countries are test cricket centres. Name them:

Answer: Hyderabad – India, and Pakistan.

8) Name two Test cricket grounds with facilities for day-night cricket?

Answer: Sydney and Melbourne Cricket Ground.

9) What is the weight of a cricket ball?

Answer: 155.9 to 163 gms.

10) What should be the width of the wickets?

Answer: 9 inches.

11) Martina Navratilova has been a multiple Wimbledon Championship winner. She became an American citizen, but in which country was she born?

Answer: Czechoslovakia.

12) Who won the Men’s Singles Championships for the third time at Wimbledon in 1989?

Answer: Boris Becker.

13) Which two sisters fought out a Wimbledon Singles final?

Answer: Maud and Lilian Watson, 1884.

14) Who has been the youngest to win Wimbledon Singles?

Answer: Charlotte Dod (1887), 15 years and 10 months.

15) Who has been the oldest Men’s Single’s Wimbledon Champion?

Answer: A.W. Gore (1909), 41 years and 6 months.

16) The first middle-distance runner to win three Olympic gold was:

Answer: Peter Snell.

17) Which athlete broke five world records in spite of having an injured back?

Answer: Jesse Owens.

18) Who was the first man to run 10,000 m in under 29 minutes?

Answer: Emil Zátopek.

19) What is the real name of sprinter ‘Bones’?

Answer: Harrison Dillard.

20) Who was nicknamed ‘The Beast of Prague’?

Answer: Emil Zátopek.

21) Whose is the World Record in Discuss women’s?

Answer: Gabriele Reinsch of GDR – Distance 76.80 metres – at Neubrandenburg, Germany on 9,h July 1988.

22) Whose is the World Record in Hammer women’s?

Answer: Anita Włodarczyk.

23) The oldest track and field gold medallist in the Olympics was:

Answer: Pat McDonald.

24) How many gold medals did India win in the first Asian Games in athletic events?

Answer: Ten.

25) Name the Indian athlete who has also been a winner of the Helm’s Award:

Answer: Milkha Singh.

26) One athlete was the first to win both the 100 m and 200 m dash in Olympics. Name him:

Answer: Archie Hahn (USA).

27) A famous Olympic Star (a polio patient) overcame his handicap to win 10 Olympic gold’s. Name him:

Answer: Ray Ewry ( USA).

28) An athlete ran barefoot and in his third Marathon event, not only won the Olympic gold but also set a world record. Who was he?

Answer: Abebe Bikila (Ethiopia) in 1960

29) What is the multi-discipline event in women’s international athletics in which contestants compete over a two-day period?

Answer: Heptathlon.

30) In which four events did Jesse Owens, in 1936 and Carl Lewis in 1984 win gold medals?

Answer: 100 m, 200 m; long jump; 4×100 m relay.

31) At which Commonwealth Games did Milkha Singh win the 440 yards gold?

Answer: 1958 Cardiff Games.

32) Which is the oldest standing national athletic record? Who set it? When and where?

Answer: 200 meters (Men). Milkha Singh, Lahore in January 1960.

33) When was the Indian Olympic Association formed?

Answer: 1927.

34) To whom does the Olympic movement in India owe its birth?

Answer: Dorabji Tata.

35) Who ordered the closure of the ancient Olympics and when?

Answer: Emperor Theodosius in AD 394.

36) The first modern Olympics were made possible by the help of a Greek merchant who paid for repairs and restoration of the stadium. Name him:

Answer: George Averoff.

37) By what name are the 1906 Games popularly known?

Answer: Phantom or Interim Games.

38) During which Olympics did the jumpers have to dig their own pits?

Answer: 1900 Paris.

39) The man who got the silver behind Jesse Owens in 1936 was the silver medallist four years earlier too. Name him:

Answer: Ralph Metcalfe (USA).

40) The 1500 m walk gold was won by an athlete who had never before participated in a walking event. Who?

Answer: George Bonhag (USA).

41) The Indian girl (Sunitha Rani) missed it by two-hundredths of a second as Supriyati Sutono won Indonesia’s first athletics gold in 36 years in 1998 Bangkok Asia.

Answer: 5000 m.

42) The first Olympics in which P. T. Usha participated?

Answer: 1980. Mexico.

43) Who is the only man to win Olympic gold in both summer and winter Olympics?

Answer: Eddie Eagan (USA)

44) Who was the first Indian to qualify for an Olympic track event semi-final?

Answer: Lavy Pinto (1952).

45) Who was the first Asian athlete to win Olympic gold?

Answer: Mikio Oda (Japan), 1928 in Triple Jump).

46) Who is reported to have been the first woman to have witnessed the ancient Olympics?

Answer: At that time women were barred, by law to watch the Games. If caught, the penalty was death (Kallipatira from Rhodes. She came dressed as a man to watch her son compete (and win) the boxing event)

47) He is the first to win Olympic gold in both the 100 m and the 110 m hurdles. Name him?

Answer: Harrison Dillard (USA).

48) Which Olympic gold medallist athlete had his heart on the right side instead of the left side of the chest?

Answer: Joseph Guillemot (France), 1920 Olympics 5000 m gold winner.

49) Who is the only man to have jumped 8 feet or more in the high jump?

Answer: Javier Sotomayor (Cuba) at Puerto Rico in the Caribbean championship (1989).

50) Who won five Olympic gold’s in a week?

Answer: Paavo Nurmi, 1924.

200 Question Answer Set

  1. Track and field star Carl Lewis won how many gold medals at the 1984 Olympic games? – Four
  2. Which Asian Archery team won Gold and a Bronze Medal in Asian Archery Grand Prix held on March 12, 2013? – INDIA
  3. P.V. Sindhu was recently in news, associated with which of the following sports? – Badminton
  4. Who has become the first Indian to score a triple century in Tests? – Virender Sehwag
  5. Who was the first Indian woman to scale the Mount Everest? – Bachhendri Pal
  6. The first Commonwealth Games were held in the year 1930 at which place? – Hamilton (Canada)
  7. The final of the Sultan Afzal Shah Hockey Tournament 2012 was played between which teams? – New Zealand and Argentina
  8. Where were the xxvii (1996) Summer Olympic games were held? – Atlanta
  9.  Susi Susanti, held the Grand Slam title in which game? – Badminton
  10. Who is the first Indian to take a hat trick in an international test? – Harbhajan Singh
  11. Who has been named as the White Lightning in the cricket? – Allan Donald (South Africa)
  12. Which Indian cricketer has bagged a deal with ESPN? – Sachin Tendulkar
  13. Which cup/trophy is associated with football? – Santosh Trophy
  14. Which Australian player was known as ‘Fruitfly’ amongst the rest of the team? – Merv Hughes
  15. Pravin Arne and Vinod Kambli played for which province in South Africa? – Boland
  16. Which country topped the medal tally in the XXV Olympic held at Barcelona? – Unified team of former USSR
  17. When did the first Commonwealth Games take place? – 1930
  18. Shiny Wilson is associated with which game/sport? – Athletics
  19. Ben Johnson, the well known athlete belongs to which country? – Canada
  20. Which country has hosted the Asian Games for maximum number of times? – Thailand
  21. Who is the only cricketer to score two successive centuries in a World Cup? – Rahul Dravid
  22. Where did India play its 1st one day international match? – Headingley
  23. Who was the first Indian, to reach the semi final in Wimbledon Tennis Championship? – Ramanathan Krishnan
  24. Which is the Trophy/Cups associated with the game of Hockey? – Agha Khan Cup
  25. Against which team did Virender Sehwag make his one day international debt? – Pakistan
  26. The first Commonwealth Games were held in the year 1930 at which place? – Hamilton (Canada)
  27. Since the revival of the Modern Olympic Games, how many times have the game been canceled? – Thrice: 1916, 1940 and 1944
  28. Limba Ram is Known for his outstanding performance in which game? – Archery
  29. How many wickets Kapil Dev had taken in Test matches when he retired? – 434
  30. Which batsman started his International cricketing career at the age of 16? – Sachin Tendulkar
  31. Which Indian batsman made three consecutive centuries in his first three Test Matches? – M-S.M. Gavaskar
  32. The name of Prakash Padukone is associated with which game? – Badminton
  33. In which year did the first modem Olympic Games take place? – 1896
  34. Yondieki who set up a new world record in 10,000 meters race, belongs to which country? – Kenya
  35. Which is the only golfer to win the Masters Tournament six times? – Jack Nicklaus
  36. The Asian Games were held in Delhi for the first time in which year? – 1951
  37. The Indian Football team made its first appearance at Olympics in ? – 1948
  38. When did Sachin Tendulkar make his Test debut? – 1989
  39. Who was the first black tennis player to win a Wombledon title? – Althea Gibson
  40. Olympic Games after 4th century AD Restarted (Under IOC) from which year? – 1896
  41. Who was named India’s Cricketer of the Century by Wisden? – Kapil Dev
  42. Ben Johnson (Canadian) was disqualified in the 1998 Seoul Olympic in the Athletics? – 100 m
  43. What is the duration of a normal one half of a Hockey match? – 30 min
  44. Who was the first Indian to win an individual medal in Olympics? – K.D. Yadav
  45.  Who has scored the slowest century in the test cricket? – Mudassar Nazar
  46.  Who has scored the highest run in a test cricket innings? – Brian Lara
  47. All Sher, an Arjuan award winner, is associated with which game? – Golf
  48. Who is the highest wicket taker in the world in one day cricket? – Muttiah Muralitharan
  49. Which team did Sachin Tendulkar play for in the Ranji Trophy when he made his debut in first class cricket? – Mumbai
  50.  The name Kunjarani Devi is associated with which gaem? – Weight lifting
  1. Who is the first Indian woman to win an Asian Games gold in 400m run? – Kamaljit Sandhu
  2.  Victoria Azarenka is associated with which game? – Tennis
  3. Who is the leading wicket taker in the history of Test Cricket? – Muttiah Muralitharan
  4. Which person won seven gold medals in swimming for the U.S. in the 1972 Olympic? – Mark Spitz
  5.  Regatta is associated with which sports event? – Rowing
  6. Which woman has become the highest individual scorer in an innings in Tests? – Kiran Baloch
  7. Who was the first Indian cricketer to wear a helmet during a match? – Mohinder Arnarnath
  8. What is the duration of a basketball match both before and after the break? – 25 minutes
  9. Sushil Kumar is associated with which Game? – Wrestling
  10. With which sport is Leroy Burrell associated? – Athletics
  11. The term ‘deuce’ is common in which two games? – Badminton and Tennis
  12. Bahadur Singh is a distinguished athlete of which game? – Athletics
  13. How many players are there on each side in a baseball match? – 5
  14. Chris Even’s name is associated with which sport? – Tennis
  15. Jaspal Rana is a distinguished athlete in which game? – Shooting
  16. S. Vijaya Lakshmi and Nisha Mohita are associated with which game? – Chess
  17. Who was the IOC President who performed the closing ceremony of the XXV Olympic Games? – Juan Antonio Samaranch -NIOS General Science Notes Hindi Medium Pdf Download
  18. Which country stood second in the 1992 Barcelona Olympics medal tally? – US
  19. Dhyan Chand’s name is associated with which game? – Badminton
  20. Which place is known as the ‘Mecca of Indian Football’? – Kolkata
  21. The famous player Pele is associated with which game? – Football
  22. Which track and field star overcame childhood polio to become one of the greatest athletes of her time? – Wilma Rudolph
  23. ‘Queen’s berry Rules’ is the name. give to the rules in which game? – Boxing 
  24. Misha Grewal is associated with which game/sport? – Squash
  25. The first Indian to cross seven important seas by swimming? – Bula Chaudhary
  26. Which game is Davis Cup associated with? – Tennis
  27. Who was the first Indian batsman to have achieved 300 runs in an innings in Tests? – Virender Sehwag
  28. Where did Mahendra Singh Dhoni make his ODI debut? – Chittagong
  29. Which is the most southerly test match grounds of England? – The Lords
  30. Which Indian batsman was the first to hit 44 fours in a test match innings? – Laxman
  1. What was Sachin Tendulkar’s average when he made his first thousand runs in ODls? – 35.83
  2. Sergei Bubkha,an athlete of international repute, belongs to which country? – Ukraine
  3. How long are professional Golf Tour players allotted per short? – 45 seconds
  4. How many centuries in Tests did Sunil Gavaskar bag when he retired? – 34
  5. Former Australian captain Allan Border was sometimes known as “Captain Grumpy”. What was his other nickname? – AB
  6. Which country was readmitted to the Olympics after her 21 year suspension? – South Africa
  7. ‘Ashes’ is the term associated with which sport? – Football
  8. Which game is not included in the Olympic Games? – Cricket
  9.  If you scored cannon, which game would you be playing? – Billiards
  10. Which Indian batsman made his ODI debut in the same match in which Kapil Dev did? – Surinder Amarnath -Top 200 Sports General Knowledge Questions 
  11.  Makers of which types sponsor Indian ace Narian Karthikeyan? – MRF
  12. Amar Singh Sokhi is remembered for his performance in which sports event? – Cycling
  13. Who became the first woman in the world to ski to the North Pole? – Ann Banoraft
  14. Who became the first European: Woman to travel to the Forbidden City of Tibet? – Alexandra David Neel
  15.  The term L.B.W. is associated with which game? – Cricket
  16. Indian first took part in the Olympic Games in which year? – 1920
  17. Which is the only woman to have won three Wimbledon titles in a row? – Steffi Grrraff
  18.  Jaspal Rana is a distinguished athlete in which game? – Shooting
  19.  Who was the first Indian woman who owns the gold medal in Asian Games? – Kamaljit Sandhu
  20. Where will the winter youth Olympics Games 2016 be held? – Lillehammer
  21.  Who was the first Indian woman to scale the Mount Everest? – Bachhendari Pal
  22. Which Cricketer has scored the highest total runs in test cricket? – Sachin Tendulkar
  23. Which country hosted the 2014 Commonwealth Games? – Scotland
  24. How many medals did P.T. Usha win at the Xth Asiad? – 4
01The country that first played chess wasIndia
02Prakash Padukone was a famous player ofBadminton
03“Black Pearl” was the name given toPele
04 Nehru Mountaineering Institute is located atMahidanda,200 kms from Dalhousie
05 The oldest game in the world is Polo
06 The biggest stadium in the world is Strahov stadium at Prague
07The YMCA Coach who originated volley ball wasA.T.Hallsted of America
08Bobby Fischer was known as theChess king
09The National game of America isBaseball
10The oldest football tournament is theDurand Cup tournament
11 Major Dhyanchand was a famous name in Hockey
12 The first olympic games were held in Athens
13 The first men to climb Mount everest were Tensing and Hillary
14 The first Asian to win the Hong Kong seiko Super Tennis Title was Ramesh Krishnan
15 Football was first included in the Olympic games in 1900
16 The term `Knock Out’ is associated with Boxing
17Wimbledon trophy is associated withLawn Tennis
18The full name of the great footballer Pele isEdmond Arantos Nessimente De Pele
19The first Indian woman to climb MountBachendri Pal
20The first batsman to score 10,000 runs in test cricket wasSunil Gavaskar
21The youngest player to score a century in the test Cricket is Mushtaq Muhammad of Pakistan
22 The length of a cricket pitch is 22 yards
23 Major Dhyan Chand is also known as Wizard of Hockey
24 `Clean and Jerk’ is associated with Weight lifting
25 Agakhan Gold Cup is associated with Hockey
26 Indira Gandhi Gold Cup is awarded for Women’s Hockey
27 The game in which the referee is called the President is Fencing
28 Zafar Iqbal was associated with Hockey
29 In Basket ball,each team consists of how many players Five
30 The first Grand Slam in tennis was won by Donald Budge
31 Basket ball was included in the Olympics in the year 1936
32 Indian Golf Union was established in the year 1955
33 Milkha Singh won the prestigious Helms trophy in the year 1953
34 IFA stands for Indian Football Association
35 Donald Bradman was associated with Cricket
36 Milkha singh was popularly known as the Flying sikh
37The first Indian to secure a Grandmaster norm in chess isVishwanathan Anand
38Geet Sethi received his first professional title in the year1991
39The first boxer to receive Arjuna Award wasBuddy De’suza
40The first Indian woman National Snooker champion wasJudi Walia
41The first Indian Chess player who defeated the world champion was Sultan Khan
42 The men’s singles Wimbledon championship of 1997 was won by Pete Sampras
43 The 12th Asian Games were hosted by Japan
44 The 8th Asian Games were held in Bankok
45 In cricket,LBW stands for Leg Before Wicket
46 The overall length of a Badminton court is 44 feet
47 The Indian hockey player who has scored the maximum goals in olympics is Surinder Singh Sodhi
48 Joe Louis is associated with Boxing
49 Prudential world cup was awarded for Cricket
50 `To hell with hockey’ was written by Aslam Sher Khan
51 The sport also known as Toxophily is Archery
52 The height of the cricket stumps is 71.12 cms
53 The name of the cricket test venue at Leads is Headingley
54 The first Indian woman powerlifter to set a world record was Sumita Latha
55 The name of the cricket test venue at Birmingham is Edgbaston
56 The first Indian to score a double hundred against the West Indies was Dilip Sardesai
57The diameter of the Tennis ball is63.5 to 67 mm
58Divyendu Barua is associated withChess
59The youngest player to lead a country in testMansoor Ali Khan
 cricket wasPataudi
60The first Test Cricket player of India wasK.S. Ranjit Singh
61The youngest player to play cricket for England wasD.B.Close
62 The cricketer A.L.Thomson was nicknamed Froggy
63 `Story of a Cricket Person’ was written by E.W.swanton
64 Two well known bowlers who were killed in the world war II were Ken Farmers and Hedley Verity
65 The term `Crowning’ is used in Checkers
66 The number of players in a baseball team is Nine
67 Table Tennis Federation of India was established in 1937
68 Diana Eduljee is associated with Cricket
69 A shuttle cock has how many feathers Sixteen
70 `By God’s Grace’ was written by Kapil Dev
71 The term `Faugio’ is associated with Motor Racing
72 The old name of table tennis was Ping Pong
73 The duration of an international football match is 90 minutes
74 Saly Joseph excelled in Volleyball
75 S.Prakash is associated with Kho Kho
76 The first kho kho player to receive Arjuna Award was Sudhir Bhaskar Rao
77 Stefi Graff is a citizen of West Germany
78`The Gold Hattrick’ was written byBalbir Singh
79Mohammed Ali Clay was associated withBoxing
80Richard Hadlee was a cricketer fromNew zealand
81the first woman to win six gold medals in swimming in one Olympic (1998) wasKristin Otto
82The length of a Badminton racket is26 inches
83Golf originated inScotland
84 The award given to persons who excel in the field of coaching is Dronacharya Award
85 The national sport of Japan is Judo
86 The first Himalayan car rally was won by Shekar Mehla of Kenya
87 Foot ball legend Pele belonged to Brazil
88 Karate originated in Japan
89 The word `karate’ means Bare hands
90 The term `Jockey’ is associated with Horse racing
91 The term `Niblick’ is associated with Golf
92 Holkar Trophy is associated with Bridge
93 Gary Kasparov is associated with Chess
94 The commonwealth games were earlier known as British Empire Games
95 The commonwealth games are held once in Four years
96 The 15th Commonwealth games were held at Victoria (Canada)
97 The 1996 Olympic games were held at Atlanta
98 The Swaythling cup is associated with Table Tennis
99 The West Chester cup is associated with Polo
100 Asian Games are held once in Four years
101The first Asian Games weld in 1951 atNew Delhi
102In 1954,the Asian Games were held atManila
103The 1928 Olympic games were held atAmsterdam
104The 2000 olympic games were held atSydney
105The 2004 Olympic games were held atAthens
106The 1992 Olympic games were held atBarcelona
107 The terms `Mallet’ is associated with Polo
108 The terms `Breast stroke’ is associated with Swimming
109 The term `Tobogganing’ is associated with Skiing
110 `Davis Cup’ is associated with Tennis
111 World Cup 1996 for cricket was won by Srilanka
112 The 1997 French Open women’s title was won by Iva Majoli
113 The 1997 French Open men’s title was won by Gustavo Kurten
114 The 1997 Wimbledon Open women’s title was won by Martina Hingis
115 The 1997 US Open men’s title was won by Petr Corda
116 The 1997 US Open women’s title was won by Martina Hingis
117 The 1998 Australian Open men’s title was won by Patrick Rafter
118 The 1998 Australian Open women’s title was won by Martina Hingis
119 The only cricketer to win four consecutive `Man of the Match’ awards is Saurav Ganguly
120 The fastest century in one day international cricket was scored by Shahid Afridi
121 The cricketer who has scored the highest number of centuries in one day cricket is Sachin Tendulkar
122Leander Paes won the Bronze medal at the Atlanta Olympics beatingFernando Melizeni
123In the Wills World Cup 1996 for cricket,the Man-of-the Series Award was won bySanath Jayasuriya
124In the wills world Cup Cricket Tournament 1996,Srilanka won the final defeatingAustralia
125Evander Holyfield is associated withBoxing
126Michael Jordan is associated withBasketball
127 In the 1997 Wimbledon championship men’s final, Pete Sampras defeated Cedric Pioline
128 In the 1997 Wimbledon championship women’s final,Martina Hingis defeated Jana Novotna
129 Martina Hingis,the famous tennis player,hails from Switzerland
130 In the 1997 french open men’s final,Gustavo Kuerten defeated Serji Bruguera
131 Gustavo Kuerten hails from Brazil
132 In the 1997 French Open women’s final,Iva Majoli defeated Martina Hingis
133 Iva Majoli hails from Croatia
134 In the 1997 US open men’s final,Patrick Rafter defeated Greg Rusedki
135 Patrick Rafter hails from Australia
136 In the 1997 US open women’s final,Martina hingis defeated Venus Williams
137 In the 1997 Australian open men’s final,Pete Sampras defeated Carlos Moya
138 In the 1997 Australian open women’s final,Martina hingis defeated Mary Pierce
139 The 1996 Olympics gold medal for Tennis(Men’s) was won by Andre Agassi
140The 1996 Olympics gold medal for Tennis(Women’s) was won byLindsay Davenport
141Meherwan Daruwala is associated withSquash
142P.Ganesan is associated withKabaddi
143P.Ganesan won the Arjuna award in the year1995
144Dhanraj pillay is associated withHockey
145Dhanraj Pillay won the Arjuna Award in the year1995
146 Batista is associated with football
147 Batista hails from Brazil
148 Andy Flower is associated with Cricket
149 Andy Flower hails from Zimbabwe
150 The first Winter Olympic Games were held at Chamonix,France
151 The five rings of the Olympic symbol represent Five continents
152 The Olympic flag was first raised in 1920 at the Antwerp Games
153 The term `Deuce’ is associated with Lawn Tennis
154 The Ezar Cup is associated with Polo
155 The Football World Cup 1930 was held at Uruguay
156 The 1934 Football world Cup was held at Italy
157 The Worldcup Football 1998 was held at France
158 The Worldcup Football 1998 was won by France
159 In the Worldcup Football 1998,the losing finalists were Brazil
160 The Worldcup Football 2002 is scheduled to be held at Japan & South Korea
161 The Worldcup Football 1986 was won by Argentina
162The Worldcup Football 1990 was won byW.Germany
163The Worldcup Football 1994 was won byBrazil
164In the Worldcup Football 1982,Italy won the final defeatingW.Germany
165The Worldcup Football 1982 was held atSpain
166The Worldcup Football 1986 was held atMexico
167The Worldcup Football 1990 was held atItaly
168 The Worldcup Football 1994 was held at USA
169 The terms `off-break’ is used in Cricket
170 The term `Rubber’ is used in Cricket
171 The term `Smash’ is used in Lawn Tennis
172 The term `Free kick’ is used in Football
173 The term `Castle’ is used in Chess
174 The term `Jab’ is used in Boxing
175 The term `Bunting’ is used in Baseball
176 The length of the Derby Course is 2.4 km
177 The weight of the Hockey ball is 5 3/4 ounces
178 The length of the Football field is 100 yds to 130 yds
179 The Cricket ground at Colombo is Khettarama Stadium
180 The Arthur Walker trophy is associated with Billiards
181 The 50th Common Wealth Games were held in Victoria (Canada) in the year 1994
  182 In the 15th Common Wealth Wealth Games,the highest number of Gold medals were won by   Australia
183 The 2002 common Wealth Games are scheduled to be held at Manchester
184 The 1990 common Wealth Games were held at Auckland
185The Worldcup Football 1998 was won byFrance
186The Worldcup Football 2002 was held atSouth Korea & Japan
187The Worldcup Football 2002 was won byBrazil
188The Worldcup Football 2006 was held atGermany
189The Worldcup Football 2006 was won byItaly
190 The Worldcup Football 2010 was held at South Africa
191 The Worldcup Football 2010 was won by Spain
192 The 2008 olympic games were held at Beijing
193 The First Cricket Worldcup was held in England, 1975
194 The First Cricket Worldcup was won by West Indies
195 The 2nd Cricket Worldcup was held in England, 1979
196 The 2nd Cricket Worldcup was won by West Indies
197 The 3rd Cricket Worldcup was held in England, 1983
198 The 3rd Cricket Worldcup was won by India
199 The 4th Cricket Worldcup was held in India, 1987
200 The 4th Cricket Worldcup was won by Australia
201 The 5th Cricket Worldcup was held inAustralia, 1992
202 The 5th Cricket Worldcup was won by Pakistan
203 The 6th Cricket Worldcup was held in Pakistan, 1996
204 The 6th Cricket Worldcup was won bySri Lanka
205The 7th Cricket Worldcup was held inEngland, 1999
206The 7th Cricket Worldcup was won by Australia
207The 8th Cricket Worldcup was held inSouth Africa,2003
208The 8th Cricket Worldcup was won byAustralia
209The 9th Cricket Worldcup was held inWest Indies,2007`
210The 9th Cricket Worldcup was won byAustralia

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