Which NFL team is known as the ‘ain’ts’ when on a losing streak?
The New Orleans Saints
What is an NBA player deemed to be if he has received the Maurice Podoloff Trophy?
The most valuable player (MVP)
What was banned from 1967 to 1976?
Before the NFL mandated the use of helmets in 1943, who was the last player not to use one?
Chicago Bears lineman Dick Plasman
What is the highest possible break in snooker?
Which was the only team to win two World Series in the 1980s?
The Los Angeles Dodgers
Which boxer was an underdog with odds of 42:1 when he stunned Mike Tyson?
Buster Douglas: 1990
In cross-country bike racing, what do the initials BMX represent?
Bicycle moto x (cross)
Which country dominates Olympics basketball like no one else?
USA has won the gold 14 times out of 18 editions
Which type of ball was basketball played with until 1929?
Who is the youngest winner of a Ladies Singles title in the Open Era?
Martina Hingis: Winner in 1997 at 16 years of age
In which sport are the terms ‘stale fish’ and ‘mulekick’ used?
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Which was the first African country to qualify for a World Cup?
Which team is as well-known for their comic antics as for their on-court skills?
The creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was the first keeper for which English football club?
Who beat Ivan Lendl in a French Open final using underhand serves?
What three movements are required for an athlete to successfully complete a triple jump?
Hop, step, and jump
Which cricketer was even offered the throne of Albania?
C.B. volleyball player to win three Olympic gold medals?
In 1990, two baseball greats created history by becoming the first father-son duo to hit back-to-back homers in an MLB game.
Ken Griffey Sr. Fry
Which was the first televised game of the NFL?
Oct 22, 1939: The Brooklyn Dodgers Vs. 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. He has won a whopping 22 medals at the 3 Olympics he has taken part in. Philadelphia Eagles (broadcast by NBC to 500 TV sets)
What is the maximum time limit allowed to look for a lost ball in golf?
Retired American swimmer Michael Fred Phelps II is easily the most successful Olympian ever. and Ken Griffey Jr.. 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.
Which is the coldest game in NFL history?
1967 NFL Championship game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers: -13 degrees
In which year was the first Wimbledon tournament held?
Which sport did George Washington play with his troops?
What was the first sport in which women were invited to compete at the Olympics?
Tennis, at the 1900 games in Paris. 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. Charlotte Cooper of Great Britain was the first gold medalist.
Which 2 counties did umpiring legend Dickie Bird play for?
Yorkshire and Leicestershire
Who is the only wild card entrant to have won Wimbledon?
Goran Ivani?evi?: 2001
Which is the only country to have played in each and every World Cup?
After retiring as a player, with which team did baseball great Babe Ruth spend one year as a coach?
The Brooklyn Dodgers: 1938
Who is the only player to have blasted 100 international centuries?
In horse racing, what is a Yankee?
11 individual bets
How many World Cups have been won by Australian?
Four: 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007
Who is the only tennis player to have won each of the four grand slam events at least four times?
Who was the first athlete to fail an Olympic drug test?
Pentathlete Hans-Gunnar Liljenwall in 1968
What sport used the term ‘home run’ long before baseball?
How many world records did swimmer Mark Spitz set when he won seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics?
Seven-one in each of the races in which he competed.
Which sport is played on the biggest pitch in terms of area?
How many home runs did baseball great Ty Cobb hit in the three world series in which he played?
What is ‘El Clásico’?
A game between club giants Real Madrid and Barcelona
Which country won the first World Cup held in 1930?
Which sporting great was dubbed ‘the boy from Bowral’?
Sir Donald Bradman
Why did the year 1994 see no baseball World Series?
Who is the only coach to win both a Super Bowl and a Rose Bowl?
Who was the 1st non-European to win the Tour de France?
Greg Lemond from the US
Who was the first U.S