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1. The terms Volley, Smash, Service are related to which among the following sports?

[A] Volleyball

[B] Lawn Tennis

[C] Table Tennis

[D] Badminton

Answer: B [Lawn Tennis]

2. What is the tile of the autography of Major Dhyanchand?

[A] Goal

[B] Hockey Days

[C] Hockey – My Life

[D] Me & My Hockey

Answer: A [Goal]

3. Which among the following players of India was famous as “Pocket Dynamo”?

[A] Leander Paes

[B] Vijender Singh

[C] KD Jadhav

[D] Gurbux Singh

Answer: C [KD Jadhav]


He was independent India`s first individual Olympic medalist when he won the wrestling bronze medal at the 1952 Helsinki Games

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4. Who was the first Indian International Cricket Council President?

[A] Sharad Pawar

[B] Jagmohan Dalmiya

[C] Ray Mali

[D] Gavaskar

Answer: B [Jagmohan Dalmiya]


Jagmohan Dalmiya was an Indian cricket administrator who served as the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) from 2001 to 2004 and again from March 2015 to October 2015. He was also the President of the International Cricket Council (ICC) from 1997 to 2000.

5. Youth Olympic Games are organised for which category of players?

[A] Youth aged between 10-14

[B] Youth aged between 14-18

[C] Youth aged between 13-21

[D] Youth aged between 14-21

Answer: B [Youth aged between 14-18]


Youth Olympic Games are also organised by the International Olympic Committee for the youth aged between 14 and 18 years.

6. With which sport is Dutee Chand associated?

[A] Sprint 100m

[B] Long Jump

[C] High Jump

[D] Discus Throw

Answer: A [Sprint 100m]


Dutee Chand is an Indian Professional sprinter and a current national champion in the women’s 100m. She is the third Indian woman to qualify for the Women’s 100m event at the Summer Olympic Games. Which athletics event does Jinson Johnson specialise in?

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7. When did the World Shooting Championships begin?

[A] 1897

[B] 1907

[C] 1908

[D] 1915

Answer: A [1897]


The World Shooting Championships began in 1897 after the successful completion of Summer Olympics of 1896. The ISSF were founded in 1907, but these championships were seen as the beginning of a continuous row of championships.

8. When was the new name of Badminton World Federation adopted?

[A] 1986

[B] 1990

[C] 2006

[D] 1999

Answer: C [2006]


The BWF was initially founded in 1934 as International Badminton Federation and started with nine founding members. It expanded to 176 member nations around the world gradually. It was in 2006, at the Extraordinary General Meeting, at Madrid, it was decided to adopt a new name Badminton World Federation.

9. Where were the IAAF World Indoor Championships first held?

[A] London

[B] Amsterdam

[C] Paris

[D] Berlin

Answer: C [Paris]


The IAAF World Indoor Championships is a biennial indoor track and field event. It was inaugurated as the World Indoor Games in 1985 in Paris as World Indoor Games.

10. Which is the first European Nation in history to win the Thomas Cup?

[A] Germany

[B] England

[C] Denmark

[D] France

Answer: C [Denmark]


Thomas Cup has mostly been won by the Asian nations with Indonesia lifting it a maximum number of 13 times. Denmark became the fifth nation and the first European nation in history to win the Thomas Cup.

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