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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 8 August 2021

This week's subject is marathon running.

1 Did Abebe Bikila wear Nike shoes when he won the 1960 Rome Olympic marathon?

2 What is the world record for running a marathon barefoot? (a) 2:12:00 (b) 2:32:25 (c) 4:17:01

3 Why was third place-getter Spyridon Belokas disqualified in the 1896 Olympic marathon? (a) for getting a ride (b) for having his twin brother run half the course (c) for taking a short cut by swimming across instead of running the route around a lake

4 What world record does the USA's John Wallace hold? (a) running the same marathon route every day (except five days) for five years (b) running a marathon in 125 countries (c) running a marathon backwards, in only 43 minutes longer than the normal record

5 Bucky Cox, of Texas, finished a US marathon in 5 hours 29 minutes in 1978. What was the same number as his five hours?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 1 August 2021

This week's subject is Japan.

1 What did the 10,323 employees of the Nissan Motor Company sit on at Komazawa Stadium, Tokyo, on 23-10-82? (a) each other (b) the floor (c) executive leather chairs

2 What does the Japanese word 'ano' mean? (a) the (b) um (c) you

3 There were 12 people in the Japanese delegation to the UN Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995. How many of them were women?

4 How many showers and lockers are there in Japan's Osio swimming centre? (a) 50 showers but no lockers as theft is virtually unknown in Japan (b) 30 of each (c) 80 showers and 6240 lockers

5 How old is Syria's Hend Zaza, a table tennis competitor in the Tokyo Olympic Games? (a) 12 (b) 82

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 25 July 2021

This week's subject is Olympic Games.

1 Which of these tennis stars is most likely to reach the final of their event at the Tokyo Olympics? (a) Alex de Minaur (b) Nick Kyrgios (c) Rafa Nadal (d) Roger Federer (e) Serena Williams (f) Victoria Azarenka (g) Angelique Kerber

2 Were the 1940 Olympic Games given to Tokyo, Helsinki or no city?

3 How is the winning country of the Olympics officially determined?

4 How many deaths were there at the Sydney Olympic Games site? (a) none—there was not even a serious injury during construction (b) four of the same family, victims of an unsolved murder (c) millions

5 Which of these will have its debut at the 2021 Olympics? (a) skateboarding (b) karate (c) rock climbing (d) surfing (e) all of the above (f) none of the above, of course - stupid answers

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 18 July 2021

This week's subject is hobbies.

1 What does the Danish word Lego mean? (a) release (b) play well (c) build

2 Where did the name Frisbee come from? (a) a pie bakery (b) Colonel Frisbee, a comrade of the KFC founder (c) an apiary

3 What was the original name for a crossword? (a) cryptic (b) black/white comp (c) word-cross

4 What did Sydney's Winston Khong collect? (a) apple stickers (b) bus destination signs (c) caterpillar claws

5 In what field of human endeavour does David Straitjacket hold world records? (a) wrestling (b) escaping

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 11 July 2021

This week's subject is Wimbledon tennis.

1 What is the official name of the Wimbledon championships? (a) All England Championships (b) All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club Championships (c) The Championships, Wimbledon (d) The Wimbledon Championships, of course

2 What do all the Wimbledon linespeople do at the start of each point? And what do they do at the end of each point?

3 What do all the ballkids do when passing balls to the server?

4 How tall was Reilly Opelka when at age 17 he won the Wimbledon boys' singles six years ago? (a) 1.22m (b) 2.11m

5 Coco Gauff won her first round Wimbledon 2019 match against Venus Williams at age 15. What's Coco's father's name? (a) Corey Williams (b) Venice Gauff

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 4 July 2021

This week's subject is Florida, USA.

1 How many units were lost in the collapse of the 12-storey building in Miami, Florida, on 25 June? (a) 55 (b) 136

2 What is claimed to be Miami's 2nd largest industry? (a) tourism (b) drugs

3 How many people can Wesley Chapel, near Tampa, Florida, accommodate? (a) 15 at a squeeze (b) 500 seated and the same number standing (c) more than 58,000.

4 Wesley Steny, 16, and Jeanis Caty, 18, failed in their March 1996 attempt to rob a Florida grocery store while armed with guns. Why did the attempt fail? (a) The shop assistant was one of their own gang. (b) They shot each other. (c) They were actors in a movie that was being filmed at the premises. A spectator mistook the action for the real thing and called the police, who handcuffed them.

5 Which, if any, of these are illegal in Florida? (a) having sex with a porcupine (b) female sky-diving on Sundays (c) women falling asleep under a hair dryer (d) doctors asking patients if they are carrying a handgun

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 27 June 2021

This week's subject is capital cities.

1 How many countries' capital cities can you list that begin with E?

2 What capital city has a name of four letters of which the middle two are 'uu'?

3 What capital city has a name with two Zs, as does its country?

4 You don't know what country Yerevan is the capital of, do you?

5 Does any capital city name start with the letters Tb?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 20 June 2021

This week's subject is mathematics.

1 If it takes six men six days to dig six holes, how long will it take one man to dig half a hole?

2 How many times can you subtract 3 from 39?

3 One costs 30c. 53 costs 60c. 297 costs 90c. What is being bought?

4 Who was the first person to count aloud to a trillion?

5 An easy question to finish with: A bottle and a cork together are worth $25. The bottle is worth $20 more than the cork. How much is the cork worth?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 13 June 2021

This week's subject is food.

1 What is the most-consumed nut out of peanut and cashew?

2 What is laver bread made from? (a) seaweed (b) silkworms (c) snails

3 For what purpose do Eskimos use refrigerators?

4 Why is turducken called turducken?

5 What is 'autophagy'?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 6 June 2021

This week's subject is tennis.

1 An Australian won the French Junior Boys tennis championship in 2017. How long was it since the previous Australian win? (a) 49 years (b) 7 years (c) Australians had won it in all of the previous four years

2 From where did the tennis scoring 15, 30, 40 come?

3 From what or where are the scoring words "love" and "deuce" derived?

4 What do Australian tennis players call qualifying rounds, left-handers and ground strokes?

5 What was tennis once called? (a) nineish (b) sphairistike (c) abcom

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 30 May 2021

This week's subject is hands and feet.

1 Which is longer—a person's big toe or the toe next to it?

2 Without getting down on your hands and knees: when you crawl, what touches the ground next after your left hand? (a) right hand (b) left leg (c) right leg. (This is a natural human activity from an early age, yet our brain does not know what we do—we have to carry out the action to know.)

3 On which part of the human body are features called half-moons?

4 Do identical twins have identical fingerprints?

5 Where there is a choice, with which hand do left-handed people scratch?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 23 May 2021

This week's subject is mice.

1 How much did the New South Wales government announce this month it is giving to the mice situation? (a) $5000 (b) $5 million (c) $50 million

2 What was the first non-religious printed song? (If you've no idea, your young kids could help you.)

3 How many mice could be killed by the poison in one golden arrow-poison frog of Colombia? (a) about 10 (b) up to 20 (c) nearly 10,000

4 What Australian woman serving in World War 2 was known by the Germans as the "White Mouse"?

5 Do titmice like cheese?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 16 May 2021

This week's subject is babies.

1 What record number of babies did a woman from Mali give birth to on 4 May? (a) 7 (b) 9 (c) 11

2 They're not twins or triplets, so what are they called?

3 How many times a minute do babies blink?

4 How many babies does the average Nigerian woman have? (a) 1 (b) 3 (c) 5

5 How many babies can a female rabbit have in her lifetime? (a) 2 (b) 20 (c) 200

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 9 May 2021

This week's subject is India.

1 How many surgical masks is Australia sending to India? (a) one hundred (b) one thousand (c) one million

2 How many new COVID-19 cases were there in India in one week in April? (a) two hundred (b) two thousand (2) two million

3 What was Pradeep Magazine? (a) an Indian monthly with articles about pradeeps (b) an Indian journalist

4 The average net speed of the winning team at a sporting championship in Jubbulpore, India, on 12 August 1889, was 0.00135 km/h. What was the sport, which was an Olympic event from 1900 to 1920?

5 In Delhi, India, the Sulabh International Museum is the world's only museum of what? (a) toilets (b) buckets (c) ingrown toenails

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 2 May 2021

This week's subject is spelling.

1 The spelling of what word is so monotonous that its first four even-numbered letters are all "o", ie -o-o-o-o--?

2 Now the questions get even more difficult. Can you name any of the three English words ending in "ecy"?

3 If there were a dictionary that had every English word spelt backwards, what would be the last word?

4 And what would be the first word?

5 What is the only vowel not in the top row of letters on a standard keyboard?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 25 April 2021

This week's subject is Afghanistan.

1 The involvement of American and Australian forces in war in Afghanistan ends this year. When did it start? (a) 1991 (b) 2001 (c) 2011

2 What is special about the name of the Afghanistan president, Ashraf Ghani?

3 Until 2001, in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, which of these were illegal for men? (a) owning a TV set (b) shaving

4 Did Afghanistan's Baser Wasiqi set a record for the marathon at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta?

5 What has Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, had more of per square kilometre than any other city? (a) elections (b) land mines (c) USA soldiers

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 18 April 2021

This week's subject is cities.

1 Which is closest to the equator—Rome, Chicago or Tasmania's Launceston?

2 What two Australian cities' names are pronounced differently by their inhabitants from the way they are pronounced by residents of the other Australian states?

3 What are the residents of Glasgow called?

4 The name of what city that is a popular Italian tourist attraction ends in double 'i'?

5 Where is Unalaska?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 11 April 2021

This week's subject is international towns.

1 In what Canadian town was the Jeffrey asbestos mine? (a) Jeffrey (b) Asbestos (c) Mine

2 How was the name of Soweto in South Africa derived?

3 How is Fiji's Nadi pronounced?

4 How is American Samoa's Pago Pago pronounced?

5 Is South Africa's Wilderness in the wilderness?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 4 April 2021

This week's subject is the Suez Canal.

1 What is the name of the ship blocking the Suez Canal? (a) Ever Given (b) Evergreen

2 How many canal workers died during its excavation? (a) none, but there were hundreds of injuries (b) nearly 800 (c) about 120,000

3 How many worked on the canal's excavation? (a) 220,000 (b) 280,000 (c) 1,500,000

4 How long did it take them? (a) 11 months (b) 11 years (c) nearly 19 years

5 What countries does it go through? (a) Egypt (b) Egypt and Israel (c) Egypt, Israel and briefly Jordan

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 28 March 2021

This week's subject is Papua New Guinea.
1 Why are Australian politicians concerned that Papua New Guinea's being close to Australia risks their virus epidemic spreading to us? How far away from Australian territory is PNG? (a) 5km (b) 105km (c) 501km

2 Sir Michael Somare died last month. How many PNG prime ministers preceded his first time in that role?

3 What is the main difference between PNG's passenger trains and Australia's?

4 Until 1971, what was a plausible excuse for murder in PNG? (a) not speaking English (b) theft of water (c) witchcraft

5 PNG claims the world's shortest scheduled plane flight, between Menari and Efogi. How long does it take? (a) 2 minutes (b) 7 minutes (c) 10½ minutes

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 21 March 2021

This week's subject is spelling specials.

1 Spoonfeed is the longest word in the English language with what quality?

2 What word has four Ks, including its first and last letters and a double K in the middle?

3 The addition of what one letter, repeated at many intervals, makes sense of the following inscription above the Ten Commandments of the Awelck Church in Wales? PRSVRYPRFCTMN VRKPTHSPRCPTSTN

4 What is special about this paragraph from David Astle's book, Cluetopia? If a particular Parisian author born in 1936 had thrown his individuality into this world-ranging book, you wouldn't find a scrap (not a jot, not a damn scintilla) of our most popular orthographic symbol, found in almost all forms of writing, including fiction and non-fiction, playscripts and philosophical discussions. And, odd as it may sound, crosswords.

5 What's special about removing the first letters, one at a time, of 'prelate?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 14 March 2021

This week's subject is Australian politicians' names.

1 With what does the surname of the lady who was NSW Minister for Community Services until July 2002 end? (a) zz (b) an apostrophe (c) a hyphen

2 Why was B A Santamaria, one of the founders of the Democratic Labor Party, known by his initials rather than first names?

3 Which two of the following were Australian politicians? (a) Liz Oss-Emer and Peg Putt (b) Buzz Eg-Emite and Amy Ace (c) Sunset Whole-Denn and Fredric Triscaw

4 What is the first name of Liberal Party leader Kirkup, elected to that position in Western Australia in November 2020? (a) Quack (b) Yak (c) Zac

5 Without cheating, can you spell the Queensland premier's name?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 7 March 2021

This week's subject is golf.

1 What did Tiger Woods' car do last week? (a) roll several times (b) slide on a wet road into a hole

2 What did Tiger Woods answer when asked why he liked scuba diving? (a) It's a break from golf (b) Diving beats driving (c) Because the fish don't know me

3 For how many weeks did he hold the world top rating? (a) 68 (b) 83 (c) 683

4 What was the waiting time in March 1999 for joining Killara Golf Club? (a) 10 years (b) 12 months (c) none—the club was desperate for members to avoid being placed in receivership

5 How much of Stuart Island, in the Nambucca River, is covered by a golf course? (a) 50% (b) 75% (c) 100%

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 28 February 2021

This week's subject is Mars.

1 What is the name of the rover that landed on Mars this month?

2 Which of the following did it take to explore the planet? (a) bicycle (b) drone (c) helicopter (d) sleigh

3 A private spaceflight project, Mars One, announced plans to land four people on Mars in 2023. The four would not be able to be brought back. In the first fortnight how many applications to be one of them were received? (a) 7 (b) 8 (c) 78,000

4 Where does the name Mars come from?

5 What is the average centigrade temperature on Mars? (a) minus 60 (b) 0 (c) +60

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 21 February 2021

This week's subject is Australian Open tennis.

1 Ashleigh Barty won her first round match in this year's Australian Open 6-0, 6-0. How long was it since another player won a match without losing a game in the Australian ladies' singles? (a) 22 hours - it also happened on the previous day (b) 3 years (c) it hadn't happened since 1985

2 Each grand slam tennis match used to have 12 callers - the umpire, the net (let) caller and 10 linespersons. How many do each of this year's Australian Open matches have?

3 What has been the average number of players' line call challenges in each match this year? (a) 0 (b) 6 (c) 23

4 What does Canadian Denis Shapovalov do before serving? (a) throw the ball from behind between his legs twice (b) bounce the ball with his racquet twice (c) bounce the ball with his hand four times

5 What player's surname has TSI for its first three letters? You don't know? Sorry, we should have asked: What player's surname has TSI as its second three letters? And what player's surname has four Ks?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 14 February 2021

This week's subject is birthdays.

1 Garden walking and fund-raising hero Captain Sir Thomas Moore died last week. How many cards did he receive for his 100th birthday? (a) 0 (b) 140 (c) 1,400 (d) 140,000

2 What did Mudgee's Wayne Butcher do at his 50th birthday party on 29 May 1999? (a) give out all of his shop's meat to his guests (b) murder one of his guests (c) sing Happy Birthday 50 times

3 How do Jehovah's Witnesses celebrate birthdays? (a) by knocking on doors (b) by consuming large amounts of alcohol then not drinking for 24 hours (c) they don't believe in celebrating birthdays

4 What did two of the most revolutionary men of the 19th century, Abraham Lincoln and Charles Darwin, have in common? (a) they were born in the same city in the same hospital (b) they were born in the same year (c) they were born on the same day

5 What was the first song, one of the best-known songs of all time, to be performed in space?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 7 February 2021

This week's subject is weird words.

1 Are there any words without a vowel (or a Y)? For example, is 'nth' a word?

2 Is 'hiya' a word?

3 What does 'supercalifragilisticexpialidocious' mean?

4 What does 'absquatulate' mean?

5 What does 'dehiscent' mean?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 31 January 2021

This week's subject is games.

1 How can two people play five games of checkers with each winning the same number of games yet there are no ties? And what are two different ways for this to happen?

2 What two-word question is heard more frequently in Uno that any other game, and possibly any other activity or situation?

3 In a pack of cards, the diamonds are shown as red. What is the natural colour of a diamond? (a) colourless (b) tinted (c) red

4 Collins Dictionary gives three words for the meaning of "scrabble", and all four words begin with the same three letters (scr). What are the other three words?

5 Which of the following are officially accepted two-letter words in Scrabble? Mm, qi, xi, xu, yak, zo

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 24 January 2021

This week's subject is India.

1 About how many people attended the Kumbh Mela (Pitcher) Festival at the Ganges River in India in 2013? (a) a million (b) 10 million (c) 100 million

2 According to Indian legend, what was Buddha in a previous incarnation? (a) an ant (b) a rabbit (c) a unicorn

3 India ranks top country in the world for the largest percentage of what? (a) females (b) suicides (c) vegetarians

4 Which of the following applied to "Antilla", the private home owned by India' wealthiest man, Mukesh Ambani? (a) 27 floors (b) 3 helipads (c) 9 lifts (d) hanging gardens (e) ballrooms (f) boardrooms (g) gymnasiums (h) 6 floors of parking (i) 600 servants (j) a cost of $1.2 billion?

5 Why had India's Srantah Express run late (by five to six hours) every day for 16 years to 2004? (a) it has to give way to cattle, which are sacred in India (b) commuters use the emergency cord to stop the train near their homes (c) the arrival time was misprinted and the railways cannot afford a timetable reprint

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 17 January 2021

This week's subject is cricket.

1 In the Australia v India test cricket on 19-12-20 Mayank Agarwal was the second highest scorer for his team in the second innings and only 3 runs below the top scorer. Why couldn't he therefore claim a substantial increase in his cricket pay?

2 In cricket, most wickets fall at which score? (a) 6 (b) 13

3 How many letters are there in the full first name of the women's Twenty20 cricket captain for Sri Lanka Jayanganai? (a) 1 (b) 2 (c) 21

4 What is the surname of the Fijian cricketer whose first names are Ilikena Lasarusa? (a) Ta (b) Taleb (c) one of 49 letters

5 How many cricket pitches were there in Rwanda in 2013? (a) 0 (b) 1 (c) probably more than 2,000

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 10 January 2021

This week's subject is borders.

1 How many states border South Australia?

2 The town of Barmah is north of the Murray River, so what state is it in?

3 What is the largest country to share a border with only one other country?

4 What African country borders three countries starting with E?

5 What is the name of the central African republic that is bordered by Chad, Sudan, South Sudan, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Cameroon?

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Trivia Quiz: Questions for week ending 3 January 2021

This week's subject is nonsense.

1 What, where and when?

2 What is a fly that has lost its wings?

3 What rhymes with orange?

4 How many sides does a circle have?

5 Triskaidekaphobia is the irrational fear of what?

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