Monday, June 20, 2011

Trivia Quiz #31 - Sports & Athletes Trivia Questions and Answers - Fun Free Sports Trivia

Sports Trivia -  Athletes, Sporting Events, Bobbie Riggs, Arthur Ash, Golf, Chris Evert, Hockey, Triple Crown, and more.
  1. In which US state were the last summer Olympics of the century
  2. Who beat Tim Henman in his first Wimbledon singles semifinal?
  3. Who did Billie Jean King beat in the famous battle of the sexes
    in 1973?
  4. Who inflicted Nigel Benn's first defeat as a professional?
  5. Which movie star was an Austrian Junior Olympic Weightlifting
  6. Who was non-playing captain of the US Davis Cup team in '81 and
  7. Who back in 1920, was the first football player to be traded?
  8. What relation was Flo Jo to Jackie Joyner Kersee?
  9. How long was swimmer Michelle Smith-de Bruin banned for 
    attempting to manipulate a drugs test?
  10. In which sport did Andy Thomson become a world champion?
  11. Yuan Yuan was caught carrying drugs for which Chinese team?
  12. Which legendary American golfer played his last British Open in
  13. Which grand slam did Pete Sampras not win in the 20th century?
  14. Which tennis star married sportsman Andy Mill?
  15. In which decade did Martina Navratilova take US citizenship?
  16. How was Mildred "Didrikson better known?
  17. Who beat Carl Lewis's best time of 9.86 seconds for the 100
  18. What was the first venue of the Breeders Cup?
  19. Which future tennis pro won the US Collegiate champion ship in
  20. Who won a record ninth Wimbledon singles title in 1990?
  21. On which course does the Kentucky Derby take place?
  22. At which venue did Sandy Lyle win the British Open?
  23. Which American was the youngest male Olympic gold medalist when
    he won in 1948?
  24. In women's field hockey, which country has won the most World
  25. Name France's last Wimbledon men's singles winner of this
  26. Who trained the first European-trained horse to win one of the
    Triple Crown races?
  27. Who was the oldest US Open golf champion of the 20th century?
  28. Who did Hubert Green beat to win the US PGA Championship in 1985?
  29. Who devised the Breeder's Cup?
  30. Which team lost the first Super Bowl of the 1980s?
  31. Which was the last horse before Nijinsky to win the English
    Triple Crown of 2000 Guineas, Epsom Derby and St. Leger?
  32. Which team won baseball's first World Series of the 60s?
  33. Who was the first woman tennis player born in the US to win the
    US Open after Chris Evert's 1984 triumph?
  34. Which Bond movie used Stoke Poges golf club for some location
  35. How many races did Ed Moses win in succession between '77 and
  36. What distance is the Breeders' Cup Sprint?
  37. What number did Flo Jo have on her vest when she won in Seoul?
  38. Which team won the most Super Bowls in the 1980s?
  39. In which events did Gert Fredriksson win six Olympic gold
  40. Anton Geesink was the first non-Japanese judoka to win a judo
    world championship, but which country did he come from?
  41. Who was the defending champion when Chris Evert first won
    Wimbledon singles?
  42. Who was Super Bowl MVP in successive years in 1967 and 1968?
  43. Who won the most men's US Open tennis titles in the 20th century?
  44. How many of his 45 races did Mike Hawthorn, a former Formula One
    motor racing world champion, win?
  45. Which sporting star had dogs called Roland and Garros?
  46. In which decade were the Badminton Horse Trials first held?

Answers to Sports and Athletes Trivia Quiz #31

  1. Georgia.
  2. Pete Sampras.
  3. Bobbie Riggs.
  4. Chris Eubank.
  5. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  6. Arthur Ash.
  7. Bob Nash.
  8. Sister-in-law.
  9. 4 years.
  10. Bowls.
  11. Swimming.
  12. Arnold Palmer.
  13. French.
  14. Chris Evert.
  15. 1980s.
  16. Babe Zaharias.
  17. Leroy Burrell.
  18. Hollywood Park, LA.
  19. Jimmy Connors.
  20. Martina Navratilova.
  21. Churchill Downs.
  22. Sandwich.
  23. Bob Mathias.
  24. Netherlands.
  25. Yvon Petra.
  26. Dermot Weld.
  27. Hale Irwin.
  28. Lee Trevino.
  29. John Gaines.
  30. Los Angeles Rams.
  31. Bahram.
  32. Pittsburg Pirates.
  33. Lindsay Davenport.
  34. Goldfinger.
  35. 122.
  36. Six furlongs.
  37. 569.
  38. San Francisco 49ers.
  39. Canoeing.
  40. Netherlands.
  41. Billie Jean King.
  42. Bart Star.
  43. Bill Tilden.
  44. Three.
  45. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario.
  46. 1940s.