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Are you sport savvy? Try your brain on a mixture of sports quizzes throughout all of Europe. See if you can be crowned Sports King!
33 quizzes and 462 trivia questions.
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1.
  A European Sport Melange   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Europe is home to a diverse mix of nations and cultures, so it follows that the variety of sports on offer across the continent is wide ranging. Pick the sport from the hints given.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, KayceeKool, Oct 24 22
Very Easy
KayceeKool gold member
Oct 24 22
329 plays
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  Lithuanian Sports    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz about sport in the Baltic nation of Lithuania in Europe
Average, 10 Qns, Stoaty, Mar 31 23
Average
Stoaty gold member
Mar 31 23
78 plays
3.
  Olympic Gold for Belgium    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Belgium has competed at many Olympic Games and won several gold medals. Can you match these gold medal winners to their sports? For the team sports, I've chosen one of the athletes who won.
Easier, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Nov 30 21
Easier
JanIQ gold member
Nov 30 21
186 plays
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  Ireland's Sporting Superstars   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
For a pocket-sized country, Ireland has produced world-beaters in a wide range of sports. Here's just a few ...
Easier, 10 Qns, dsimpy, Jan 22 11
Easier
dsimpy
388 plays
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  Italian Olympic Winners    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Italy has competed in many Summer and Winter Olympics, but not in 1904. What do you know about Italian Olympic medal winners?
Average, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Nov 13 22
Average
JanIQ gold member
Nov 13 22
61 plays
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  French without Tears   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Truthfully, there might be some tears, if these French sportspeople haven't won their events. Match the people with the sport in which they made their name.
Average, 10 Qns, spanishliz, Dec 16 17
Average
spanishliz editor
Dec 16 17
192 plays
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  Simply The Best. Italian Edition.    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ten Italian sportspeople who have excelled in their field.
Average, 10 Qns, 480154st, Nov 27 20
Average
480154st gold member
Nov 27 20
132 plays
8.
  Sporting Lisbon    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Lisbon, the capital city of Portugal, has played host to plenty of different sporting events over the years. Here are some questions about a few of them.
Average, 10 Qns, Fifiona81, Jul 16 18
Average
Fifiona81 editor
Jul 16 18
113 plays
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  Nordic Sportsmen and Women   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz covers a variety of sports people from Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, and a range of different sports. Note that I have deliberately ignored diacritics as these do not always appear correctly in quizzes.
Average, 10 Qns, rossian, Mar 09 14
Average
rossian editor
237 plays
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  Europe's Great Sport Champions    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Europe has had a fair share of great athletes. How many of the following athletes do you remember?
Tough, 10 Qns, JanIQ, Oct 02 20
Tough
JanIQ gold member
Oct 02 20
589 plays
trivia question Quick Question
In 1992, Voula Patoulidou quickly raced her way jumping to a gold medal. In which event did she win?

From Quiz "Greek Gold Medalists"




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  Simply The Best. German Edition    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ten German sports stars who were at the top of their game.
Average, 10 Qns, 480154st, Nov 20 20
Average
480154st gold member
Nov 20 20
156 plays
12.
  The Green Grasses of Slovenian Athletics    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
For this quiz, match the athlete from Slovenia, who played some type of sport that competed on grass or turf, to the sport they are best known for.
Average, 10 Qns, Shadowmyst2004, Apr 13 19
Average
Shadowmyst2004
Apr 13 19
240 plays
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  Irish Sports Grounds   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In this quiz I will ask you for the names of some of the more famous sporting arenas in Ireland. Happy quizzing.
Average, 10 Qns, briandoc5, Dec 19 10
Average
briandoc5 gold member
245 plays
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  Israeli Sports Firsts   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Israeli sports has not had too many notable success stories throughout the years, but it had enough ones to populate this quiz. Join in and relive those moments.
Tough, 10 Qns, gentlegiant17, Jul 10 07
Tough
gentlegiant17
259 plays
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  Reign in Spain    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
International Spanish sporting champions may be household names, but what about those that just reign in Spain?
Average, 10 Qns, 480154st, Apr 20 19
Average
480154st gold member
Apr 20 19
126 plays
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  Sportsmen That Made Croatia Famous    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here are some questions on Croatian sportsmen and women who made Croatia famous.
Average, 10 Qns, kratos18, Jun 18 14
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602 plays
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  Czech-Mate    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Let's take a quick look at the Olympic Games participation of the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the countries formerly joined as Czechoslovakia.
Average, 10 Qns, Rowena8482, Jan 04 11
Average
Rowena8482 gold member
230 plays
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  Polish Athletes in Beijing 2008    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ten medals were won by Poles at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. Here are ten questions about Poland's national heroes. Enjoy!
Average, 10 Qns, krzys44, Sep 05 08
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220 plays
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  Bulgarian Sport Heroes    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
With this test I have tried to introduce some of the most outstanding sportsmen of Bulgaria. I hope you will enjoy it.
Average, 10 Qns, Boiata, Jan 09 06
Average
Boiata
308 plays
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  Stars of Irish Sport    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ireland has made its mark internationally in various sports. This will test your knowledge of Irish sport and its stars!
Tough, 10 Qns, francisk, Dec 19 10
Tough
francisk
448 plays
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  European Sports Mix    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Facts, performances, sports rules, even sports techniques, a quiz with everything! Mainly concentrating on international and traditional European sports and games.
Difficult, 10 Qns, flem-ish, Oct 02 20
Difficult
flem-ish
Oct 02 20
1638 plays
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  2002 Olympic Hockey - Austria    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is quiz is on Austria, in the 2002 Salt Lake City Hockey competition. Good luck!
Tough, 10 Qns, marchmadness, Apr 17 12
Tough
marchmadness
271 plays

European Sports Mix Trivia Questions

1. Which Italian skier is known by his nickname "The Bomb"? The nickname in Italian would make this question a give-away.

From Quiz
Italian Olympic Winners

Answer: Alberto Tomba

Alberto Tomba was nicknamed "Tomba la Bomba". He was born in 1966 and started his Olympic career in 1988 in Calgary, where he won gold in the slalom and in the giant slalom. In 1992 in Albertville, he won the giant slalom and finished second in the slalom. In 1994 in Lillehammer he added a fifth medal: silver in the slalom. So Tomba totals five Olympic medals: three gold an two silver. Rocca (born 1975) did compete at the Olympics in 2006. Radici (1953-2002) competed in 1976. Simoncelli (born 1979) competed in 2006 and 2010. None of them won an Olympic medal.

2. Valentino Rossi may have dominated the sport of motorcycle racing in the 2000s, but he was far from the first Italian to do so. Which Italian won seven consecutive 500cc championships in the 1960s and 70s?

From Quiz Simply The Best. Italian Edition.

Answer: Giacomo Agostini

Between 2001 and 2009, Rossi won six MotoGP championships riding for Honda and Yamaha. Also in his career, he won the 125cc, 250cc and 500cc championships before switching to MotoGP. Giacomo Agostini raced against some of the greats of bike racing, such as Mick Grant, Phil Read and Barry Sheene but bested them all, not just in the 500cc class but also in the 350cc series in which he won seven world championships during the same period. Apart from his championship wins in 1974 (350cc) and 1975 (600cc), all of Agostini's glory came while riding for Italian manufacturer, MV Agusta.

3. German basketball star Dirk Nowitzki played in the NBA for 21 seasons. With which club did he spend his entire 21 year career?

From Quiz Simply The Best. German Edition

Answer: Dallas Mavericks

Nowitzki played for DJK Wurzburg until the 1998 NBA draft when he was selected at ninth pick by the Milwaukee Bucks. The Bucks immediately traded him to Dallas and he became just the fourth German player in NBA history. After a difficult first season, Nowitzki improved in his second season and by his third had a formidable partnership with Steve Nash and Michael Finlay, culminating in the team reaching the playoffs for the first time in over a decade. Through the next 18 years, Nowitzki would help the team reach the playoffs a further 14 times, with the highlight surely being in 2011 when the Mavericks defeated Miami Heat 4-2 in the finals with Nowitzki being named Most Valuable Player (MVP). In 2012, Nowitzki became the first ever non-American player to be awarded the Naismith Legacy Award, presented to those who have honoured their role within the sport by furthering the values of honour, respect and integrity.

4. Paco Cabanes won the "Campionat Nacional d'Escala i Corda" championships in the sport of Valencian pilota an incredible eight times in 15 years. By what name was he known when playing?

From Quiz Reign in Spain

Answer: Genoves I

Genoves I made his debut at the 1974 championships and then won it in 1975, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1984 and 1989, being the dominant player in the sport for a 20 year period. This despite rule changes being brought in, forbidding him from playing "per alt" (on guard) and forcing him to play "per baix" (down) in order to give the opposition a chance. Between 1979 and 1983, organisers insisted he play with his brother Pepe, who was at best an average player, and he still won the crown. Genoves I retired in 1995 after winning the Trofeu Individual Bancaixa in which he beat Alvaro, a player 20 years his junior in the final.

5. What is the full name of the football club commonly known as 'Sporting Lisbon' outside Portugal?

From Quiz Sporting Lisbon

Answer: Sporting Clube de Portugal

The football team Sporting Clube de Portugal is generally known in Portugal as simply 'Sporting'. The name Sporting Lisbon is not really correct, but is commonly used outside of Portugal as it has the handy benefit of telling foreign football supporters which city they would need to travel to in order to watch the team play. Sporting (Lisbon) may be the most famous part of the Sporting Clube de Portugal but they actually make up only a small proportion of it. The club also runs teams in numerous other sports, including athletics, cycling, rugby and table tennis. The incorrect options are all football teams based in Lisbon. Sport Lisboa e Benfica is probably the best known of them - under the shortened name Benfica.

6. Stefan Edberg, from Sweden, reached the Wimbledon tennis final in three consecutive years, facing which man on each occasion?

From Quiz Nordic Sportsmen and Women

Answer: Boris Becker

Edberg played Becker in 1988, 1989 and 1990, winning the first and third matches, while Becker triumphed in 1989. Stefan also won the Australian Open twice, in 1985 and 1987, and the US Open in 1991 and 1992. He reached the French Open final on one occasion, in 1989, where he lost to Michael Chang. Edberg also won three Men's Doubles titles at the Majors, two with fellow Swede Anders Jarryd, and one with Petr Korda. In January 2014 Edberg took on the role of coaching Roger Federer.

7. At the Olympic Games of 1996 in Atlanta, Belgium won two gold medals. Who won the men's 100m breaststroke and set down a new world record time?

From Quiz Europe's Great Sport Champions

Answer: Fred Deburghgraeve

All these athletes are from Belgium, but only one of them competed in the swimming contests at Atlanta. Fred Deburghgraeve was the first Belgian to obtain Olympic gold in any swimming discipline. He started his Olympic career at the Games in Barcelona in 1992, competing in men's 100m breaststroke, men's 200m breaststroke and men's 4 x 100m medley relay in which he swam, of course, the breaststroke lap. In Atlanta, Deburghgraeve (the reigning European champion at that time) was one of the favourites for the 100 metres. He swam a new world record of 1:00:60 in the first round, and won the final and the gold medal in 1:00:65. Later on Deburghgraeve would gain the World Championship in the same swimming discipline in 1998. He ended his active career in 2000, failing to qualify for the Olympic Games in Sydney. Robert Van de Walle was a Belgian judoka, winning Olympic Gold in Moscow in 1980. Philippe Lejeune, a Belgian equestrian, won the World Championship in show jumping in Lexington, Kentucky, in 2010. Eddy Merckx was a very succesful cyclist. He won five times the Tour de France, five times the Giro d'Italia, once the Vuelta (in Spain) and three times the World Championship. [ this question was brought to you by the Belgian couch potato JanIQ ]

8. Under which name did the countries now known as Czech Republic and Slovakia jointly compete in the Olympic Games between 1900 and 1912?

From Quiz Czech-Mate

Answer: Bohemia

Bohemia was an autonomous part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1920, it became part of Czechoslovakia, and after the 1993 dissolution of that country, what was once Bohemia became part of the Czech Republic.

9. Name the Arena in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, which is famous for major hurling games, but occasionally also stages Gaelic football matches?

From Quiz Irish Sports Grounds

Answer: Semple Stadium

The Gaelic Athletic Association was founded in Thurles in 1884, and Semple Stadium is famous for staging the Munster Hurling Final regularly.

10. European Footballer of the Year in 1968, this Belfast-born Manchester United winger was probably the finest soccer player ever to emerge from Ireland. Who was this genius whose top-flight playing career was cut short by 'booze and birds'?

From Quiz Ireland's Sporting Superstars

Answer: George Best

Best, dubbed 'the fifth Beatle' for his good looks and flamboyant style, played for Manchester United from 1963-74, helping the club to win First Division titles in 1965 and 1967 and the European Cup in 1968. Unfortunately his lifestyle and addictions to alcohol and gambling began to take over. He left Manchester United at the age of 27 and finished off his career playing for a range of minor clubs in Britain, Ireland, South Africa, the USA and Australia. Unable to beat his alcoholism, he died in 2005 due to organ failure associated with an earlier liver transplant. Asked once what he had done with the fortune he'd earned, he famously quipped: "I spent a lot of money on booze, birds and fast cars. The rest I just squandered." Over 100,000 people attended his funeral in Belfast, and Belfast City Airport is named after him.

11. Ronnie Delaney won a gold medal in the Olympic Games 1,500 metres. In what year?

From Quiz Stars of Irish Sport

Answer: 1956

The 1956 Olympic Games were held in Melbourne, Australia.

12. Israel's independence was declared on May 1948. In which summer Olympic games did Israel make its debut participation?

From Quiz Israeli Sports Firsts

Answer: Helsinki (1952)

Israel sent 25 sportsmen (22 men and 3 women) to the Helsinki summer games in 1952, and has participated in all summer Olympic Games since, excluding Moscow 1980 (when joining the western ban). The first Israeli participation in the winter Olympic games was in Lillehammer, 1994.

13. What is the name of the Croatian "Snow Queen", both Olympic and World Champion?

From Quiz Sportsmen That Made Croatia Famous

Answer: Janica Kostelic

Janica won 4 Olympic gold medals (3 in the 2002 Winter Olympics and one in 2006) and 2 silver medals (Winter Olympics of 2002 and 2006), and was a multiple World Champion.

14. Which Bulgarian Footballer won the Golden Ball of France Football in 1994?

From Quiz Bulgarian Sport Heroes

Answer: Hristo Stoichkov

Hristo Stoichkov began his career in CSKA Sofia. But the best part of his career, he played at Barcelona. After a great performance at the World Championchip in USA, he was awarded the Golden Ball of France Football.

15. Arvydas Sabonis played which sport professionally in the USA between 1995 and 2001?

From Quiz Lithuanian Sports

Answer: Basketball

Arvydas Sabonis was born in Kaunus in Lithuania in 1964. He made his professional basketball debut in 1981 playing for BC Zalgiris in Kaunas before spending time playing in Spain. Sabonis first entered the NBA draft in 1985 and was selected by the Atlanta Hawks but this was declared void as Sabonis was under 21. Sabonis entered the draft again in 1986 and was selected by the Portland Trail Blazers however he was blocked from playing in the USA by the Soviet authorities as at the time Lithuania was part of the Soviet Union. Following the breakup of the USSR Sabonis was finally able to play in the USA playing with the Portland Trail Blazers from 1995-2001 and for a final season 2002-03.

16. What boxers' category comes in between 'Super Bantamweight' and 'Junior Lightweight'?

From Quiz European Sports Mix

Answer: Feather

17. In which sport did Raimondo d'Inzeo and his brother Piero compete in, in eight consecutive Olympic Games?

From Quiz Italian Olympic Winners

Answer: Equestrianism

The brothers d'Inzeo excelled in equestrianism, more specifically the show jumping. Raimondo (1925-2013) was member of the Carabinieri Cavalry Regiment, and Piero (1923-2014) also worked in the army. They competed in the Olympic Games of 1948, 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968, 1972 and 1976. They won one silver medal and three bronze medals in the team competition (1956, 1960, 1964 and 1972), and in 1956 and 1960 they also took individual medals. Raimondo won silver in 1956 and gold in 1960, and Piero each time ended just after Raimondo. Raimondo d'Inzeo thus won six Olympic medals (one gold, two silver and three bronze), while his brother Pietro also won six medals (two silver and four bronze).

18. Italian, Deborah Compagnoni won three gold medals at the Winter Olympics in which sport?

From Quiz Simply The Best. Italian Edition.

Answer: Alpine Skiing

Compagnoni is quite rightly seen as an incredible athlete, not just because of her three gold medals in consecutive Olympics. In the 1992 Albertville games, she took gold in the Super G event, followed that with a gold in the Giant Slalom at the 1994 Lillehammer games and rounded her run off with another Giant Slalom gold at Nagano in 1998. What makes her success even more remarkable is that in 1988, she broke her right knee in a downhill race at Val d'Isere, an injury that required four operations. As if that wasn't enough, in 1992, the day after winning the Olympic Super G and while competing in the Giant Slalom event, she damaged the cruciate ligaments in her left knee. These injuries forced to to give up competing in Super G as they meant her knees remained fragile for the rest of her career, but through a combination of determination and talent she went on to win two Olympic golds as well as three World Championship gold medals.

19. Michael Schumacher must rank on any list of great German sports stars. During his 21 year career in Formula One though he only ever had one German team mate. Who was this, between 2010 and 2012?

From Quiz Simply The Best. German Edition

Answer: Nico Rosberg

Michael Schumacher was the first driver to win seven World Drivers' Championship titles. He managed to do this while taking a three year sabbatical from driving between 2007 and 2010, during which time he continued to work for Ferrari in an advisory and developmental role. During his long career he drove for Jordan, Benetton, Ferrari and Mercedes with team mates such as Martin Brundle, Jos Verstappen, Johnny Herbert, Rubens Barrichello and for his final two years in the sport, fellow German Nico Rosberg. Nico Rosberg is the son of talented Finnish F1 driver of the 1980s (and 1982 World Champion), Keke Rosberg. Nico was born in Wiesbaden, West Germany and although he could have raced under the Finnish flag like his father, he chose Germany. He was active in the sport for ten years between 2006 and 2016, during which time he drove for Williams and Mercedes. When Michael Schumacher retired following the 2012 season, Rosberg was partnered with Lewis Hamilton who would win the Drivers' Championship in 2014 and 2015 before Nico won it in 2016, after which he retired from the sport.

20. Which Real football club dominated the domestic league in the late 1980s, winning the title in 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 and also in 1990, when Welshman John Toshack was manager?

From Quiz Reign in Spain

Answer: Real Madrid

Amazingly Real Madrid had so much talent at their disposal on the playing field, changing the manager had very little effect as they won their five back to back titles with three different managers.

21. Lisbon first hosted the European Triathlon Championships in 2008. The women's event was won for the fifth consecutive year by which Portuguese athlete?

From Quiz Sporting Lisbon

Answer: Vanessa Fernandes

Vanessa Fernandes won the European Triathlon Championships every year from 2004 to 2008 and then took the bronze medal in 2009. She also had success on the world stage, winning the triathlon world cup in 2006 and 2007, the world championships in 2007 and taking Olympic silver at the 2008 Games held in Beijing. In addition to competing in the triathlon - which consists of swimming, cycling and running - Fernandes was also a double world champion in duathlon in 2007 and 2008. This lesser known version of the sport involves substituting the swimming leg with an additional 10 km run. The incorrect options are all noted Portuguese long distance runners.

22. The Norwegian Sonje Henie competed in which sport?

From Quiz Nordic Sportsmen and Women

Answer: Figure skating

Henie was one of the best known skaters of her era, and moved into films after her competitive career finished. She won the gold medal at three Olympic Games, in 1928, 1932 and 1936, and was World Champion on ten separate occasions. Sonja's film career covered many movies featuring her ice skating skills, including 'Thin Ice' (1937) and 'Wintertime' (1943). She died in 1969 at the relatively young age of fifty-seven.

23. Who was the first German cyclist to win the Tour de France?

From Quiz Europe's Great Sport Champions

Answer: Jan Ullrich

Jan Ullrich won the Tour de France in 1997 at the age of 24, being the first German overall winner. The Team Telekom rider wore the yellow jersey for 12 days that summer and finished the Tour ahead of Richard Virenque (2nd) and Marco Pantani (3rd). Kurt Stöpel was the first German athlete to wear the yellow jersey of the Tour de France (1932). Dietrich Thurau wore the "maillot jaune" for 15 days in 1977. Jens Voigt won two stages of the Tour (in 2001 and 2006) and wore the yellow jersey for two days (in 2001 and 2005). [ question written by player rosaklebb ]

24. The Czechoslovakian team had the distinction of being one of just three teams to win an ice hockey medal at a Summer Olympics. Which Games was it?

From Quiz Czech-Mate

Answer: Antwerp 1920

Ice hockey was only contested at the Summer Olympics once, in 1920. After that it became part of the Winter Olympics. Czechoslovkia won the bronze medal, with Canada's Winnipeg Falcons taking gold, and the USA taking the silver.

25. In what city is Thomond Park, where the Munster rugby team play their major home games?

From Quiz Irish Sports Grounds

Answer: Limerick

Munster is a well known name in European rugby, and Limerick City is its powerhouse.

26. Sprinter Paul Hession, who broke the Irish 60 metres record three times in 2007, is a native of which County Galway town?

From Quiz Stars of Irish Sport

Answer: Athenry

Paul has been a medical student at NUIG.

27. Between 1956 and 1968, Israel participated in the AFC (Asian Football Confederation). In which year did Israel win the Asian Nations Cup?

From Quiz Israeli Sports Firsts

Answer: 1964

In 1964 the tournament was held in Israel, and Israel won its games against Hong Kong (1-0), India (2-0) and South Korea (2-1), to take the cup. In 1956 and 1960 Israel has finished runner-up, and in 1968 Israel has finished third. This was its last participation in this tournament, as Israel moved from AFC to UEFA, from the Asian confederation to the European confederation.

28. Which Bulgarian athlete set a world record in the High Jump for women in 1987?

From Quiz Bulgarian Sport Heroes

Answer: Stefka Kostadinova

Stefka Kostadinova succeeded in jumping the height of 209cm at the World Championships in Rome 1987. With her Olympic and five World titles, she is one of the tremendous sportswomen Bulgaria has ever had.

29. Which German athlete won the high jump at the Olympic Games in 1972 and 1984?

From Quiz European Sports Mix

Answer: Ulrike Meyfahrt

30. Alessandra Sensini took Olympic gold at Sydney in 2000, in the Mistral class of which sport?

From Quiz Simply The Best. Italian Edition.

Answer: Windsurfing

Not just gold at Sydney either, as Sensini's medal run began at the 1996 Atlanta games when she won bronze in the Mistral class. Following her Sydney gold, she competed in Mistral again in 2004, winning another bronze and then Beijing in 2008 in the RS-X class, where she won silver to become the most successful woman in Olympic sailing events. Amazingly. she competed in her fourth Olympics in 2012 at London but was unable to add to her medal haul, finally finishing ninth.

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