Sports One-Liners for various competitive examinations- July 5th, 2019

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Sports- One-Liners- for various competitive examinations- July 5th, 2019

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 The subject Sports plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations.

Sports One-Liners help a lot.

 It plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations.

The bits help a lot.

 Some of the Sporting events -One Liners are as follows

1- Name the oldest male player to win the French Open.

a) Andre Vacherot
b) Andre Gobert
c) Max Decugis
d) Henri Cochet.

2- This award among the following is given for sports coaching in India.

a) Dhyan Chand Award
b) Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna
c) Arjuna Awards
d) Dronacharya Award

3- This traditional sport(Jallikattu) is played in Tamil Nadu and neighbouring states of India.

a) Goat fight
b) Dogfight
c) Cockfight
d) Bullfight and bullock-cart racing.

4- This term is used in Lawn Tennis.

a) Punter
b) Scoop
c) Deuce
d) Jockey.

5- This day is celebrated as the national sports day of India.

a) October 11
b) September 14
c) August 29
d) April 6

6- Name the oldest female player to win the French Open.

a) Zsuzsa Kormoczy
b) Nelly Landry
c) Andrea Temesvari
d) Jan Lehane.

7- This is the national sport of Canada.

a) Volleyball
b) Field hockey
c) Cricket
d) Lacrosse/Ice hockey.

8- The Commonwealth game started in?

a) 1934
b) 1930
c) 1950
d) 1938

9- This Country has won the Cricket world cup for the maximum number of times.

a) West Indies
b) Sri Lanka
c) Australia
d) India.

10- This country has hosted Commonwealth Games for the maximum number of times.

a) Scotland
b) England
c) New Zealand
d) Canada.

11- The term Caddie relates to-

a) Billiards
b) Bridge
c) Golf
d) Baseball.

12- Name the country that has Bandy as the national sport.

a) Lithuania
b) Latvia
c) Peru
d) Russia.

13. Because of World War I, the Olympic Games were cancelled in-

a. 1920
b. 1944
c. 1916
d. 1912

14- In which year and by which country, the Olympic Games were first started?

a) Greece (1890)
b) France (1894)
c) Greece (1896)
d) France (1924)

15- Name the place where Asian Games have been hosted for a maximum number of times.

a. India
b. China
c. Thailand
d. Japan


1- Andre Vacherot

* He was a French male tennis player. He won the French Championships on 1894, 1895, 1896, and 1901.

2- Dronacharya Award

* Dronacharya Award was instituted in 1985.

3- Bullfight and bullock-cart racing

* Jallikattu is a bull taming sport in Tamil Nadu as a part of Pongal celebrations.

4- Deuce

* The term Deuce comes into play when both opposing players have won three points.

5- August 29

* 29th August has been declared by the Indian government as Sports Day in honour of Major Dhyan Chand.

6- Zsuzsa Kormoczy

* Zsuzsa Kormoczy, a female tennis player from Hungary, She won the singles title at the 1958 French Championships at the age of 33.

7- Lacrosse/Ice hockey

8- 1930

9- Australia

10- Canada

11- Golf

12- Russia

13- 1916

14- Greece (1896)


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