Sports Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers About Miscellaneous Sports
Q: What racket sport can be played with four balls of differing
Q: What brilliant name did the Texas Rangers choose for their
A: The Ballpark.
Q: What are sportsmen hoping to find in a creel?
Q: Who usually finished last in Edmonton Oilers strength tests,
in the 1980s?
A: Wayne Gretzky.
Q: What pro athlete is nicknamed "The Dream"?
A: Hakeem Olajuwon.
Q: What Giant's bone-crushing
1985 tackle ended Joe Theismann's
A: Lawrence Taylor's.
Q: What sport features strikers and sweepers?
Q: What Mariner's 15 homers in May of
1994 were more than
the entire Montreal Expos team managed?
A: Ken Griffey Jr.'s.
Q: How many of the five boroughs does the
New York City marathon
Q: How many holes are in the original Wiffle ball?
Q: What sport accounted for five of the top ten highest grossing
sports movies, through 1994?
Q: What pro sport tries to break ties with a sudden-death
overtime period of five minutes?
Q: What do you call the stick you use to push a shuffleboard
A: A cue.
Q: What state is allowed to compete separately from the U.S. at
international surfing meets.?
Q: What name did the athletic teams go by at Jack Nicklaus'
A: The Golden Bears.
Q: Who was the first African-American to win the U.S. and world
figure skating singles titles?
A: Debi Thomas.
Q: What U.S. track star did French writers dub La gazelle
A: Wilma Rudoph.
Q: What racket sport involves bashing a
Q: How many of every ten pro athletes in the U.S. are African -
Q: What sport features such plays as the flare, fly,
buttonhook and post?
Q: What Celtics announcer found he could hear much better
after a doctor discovered a radio ear plug in his ear?
A: Johnny Most.
Q: What team sport was 1995's fastest-growing sport in the U.S.,
up 43 percent since 1994?
A: Roller Hockey.
Q: What nation's Black Magic I sailed away with a five-zero
America's Cup win in 1995?
A: New Zealand's
Q: What team has the highest Stanley Cup playoff winning
A: The Edmonton Oilers.