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Static GK: Sports and Games, Test-6

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Question 1
Which city in the world has the distinction of hosting the most cricket matches?
A
London (Lord's)
B
Melbourne
C
Calcutta
D
Sharjah
Question 2
How many overs were allowed per side in the inaugural 1975 Cricket World Cup?
A
50
B
60
C
25
D
40
Question 3
What is the nickmane of Anil Kumble?
A
Jimmy
B
Jammy
C
Jumbo
D
Jet
Question 4
Which Indian boxer narrowly missed a medal at the Sydney Olympics?
A
Gurcharan Singh
B
NG Dinko Singh
C
Shakti Singh
D
MP Singh
Question 5
Which athlete was known as the 'Flying Finn'?
A
Paavo Nurmi
B
Diego Cervantes
C
Geramo Dunolta
D
Jesse Owens
Question 6
In Which sports is it illegal to play left-handed?
A
Discuss Throw
B
Polo
C
Lacrosse
D
Chess
Question 7
On which boxer was the Robert De Niro's film 'Raging Bull' based?
A
Evander Hollyfield
B
Jank La Motta
C
Mohammed Ali
D
Alvin Styles Jr
Question 8
Who is the highest wicket taker of all time in test match cricket?
A
Shane Warne
B
Muttiah Murlitharan
C
Kapil Dev
D
Courtney Walsh
Question 9
In which of the following cities, Kumble took 10 wickets in an innings?
A
Kolkata
B
Chennai
C
Nagpur
D
Delhi
Question 10
In Wrestling (WWF),the Undertaker is known as 'The Phenom', then who is known as 'Stone Cold Steve Austin'?
A
The Phenomenon
B
The Rattle Snake
C
The Cooperator
D
Bad Boy
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