Sports quiz of the week: Cori Gauff, Antoine Griezmann and Calypso Girls

Who won early? Who beat England? Who earned what?

  1. In which European capital city did the Tour de France begin this week?

    1. Oslo

    2. Brussels

    3. Paris

    4. Andorra la Vella

  2. England and New Zealand will meet in the Cricket World Cup final at Lord’s on Sunday. Which of them has won the trophy before?

    1. England

    2. New Zealand

    3. Neither of them

    4. Both of them

  3. Who did England lose to the last time they reached the final, in 1992?

    1. West Indies

    2. Australia

    3. Pakistan

    4. India

  4. Roger Federer is in the mix to win his ninth Wimbledon title this year. What did the people of Switzerland give him after he won his first in 2003?

    1. A massive bar of chocolate

    2. A cow called Juliette

    3. A lighthouse beside Lake Geneva

    4. His body weight in beer

  5. Coco Gauff lit up Wimbledon this year, making it to the fourth round of the women’s singles at the age of 15. Who won a Wimbledon women’s doubles title at 15?

    1. Serena Williams

    2. Martina Hingis

    3. Anna Kournikova

    4. Steffi Graf

  6. Peter Crouch has retired from football at the age of 38. Crouch had an impressive record for England, scoring 22 goals in his 42 appearances. He hit his only international hat-trick against Jamaica in 2006. What else did he do in that game?

    1. Was given a straight red card

    2. Scored an own goal

    3. Missed a penalty

    4. Was given two yellow cards – both for taking off his shirt

  7. What record does Crouch hold?

    1. He won more England caps as a substitute than any other player

    2. He has scored the most headed goals in the Premier League

    3. He is the oldest player to have played in the Premier League

    4. He has played for more clubs in the Premier League than anyone else

  8. In which tournament are the Sunshine Girls, She-Cranes, Bajan Gems, Calypso Girls, Roses, Warriors and Thistles competing this weekend in Liverpool?

    1. Women’s Rugby League World Cup

    2. Netball World Cup

    3. Baseball European Championship

    4. Women’s Cricket World Cup

  9. The world’s best golfers will be arriving in Northern Ireland this weekend to compete at the Open Championship. The tournament is returning to Royal Portrush golf course for the first time since 1951. The winner is now awarded £1.5m. What was the prize money for the champion back in 1951?

    1. £150

    2. £300

    3. £1,951

    4. £50,000

  10. Antoine Griezmann has joined Barcelona for €120m. Which club did he play for before Atlético Madrid?

    1. Marseille

    2. Real Sociedad

    3. Paris Saint-Germain

    4. Porto

Solutions

1:B - The race will end, as usual, on the Champs-Élysées in Paris., 2:C - England have been runners-up three times and New Zealand have been runners-up once. , 3:C - West Indies beat them in the 1979 final; Australia beat them in the 1987 final; and Pakistan beat them in the 1992 final. , 4:B - “Now I need to find a garage for a cow, although I have no idea what a cow garage looks like,” joked Federer at the time. Hilarious., 5:B - Hingis is the youngest winner of any senior title at Wimbledon. She was only 15 years and 282 days old when she won the doubles in 1996. And she won the singles a year later. No pressure, Coco., 6:C - Crouch had already scored twice when the penalty was awarded in the 81st minute, so he took the ball and stepped up to complete what would be his first – and perhaps only – hat-trick for England. He chipped the ball towards the goal but, instead of watching it sail into the net, he looked on in horror as it flew over the bar. “It was highly embarrassing,” said Crouch later. “When that penalty went over, I thought to myself I’m never going to have another chance to score a hat-trick for my country again and I’ve just tried a Panenka. I felt like the biggest knob.” It looked as if his chance to score a hat-trick for England had gone but, with one minute left to play, he scored again. “Thank God the ball came to me, I finished off and got my hat-trick. Thankfully I’ve got that moment and can show my kids the ball and say that I’ve scored a hat-trick for England. I almost didn’t have that just from being stupid.”, 7:B - And yet, for a big man, he really was good with his feet., 8:B - The World Cup begins on Friday in Liverpool, with Australia (nicknamed the Diamonds) favourites to retain their trophy., 9:B - The total prize money was £1,700. It is now £8.5m. , 10:B - He was a big Beckham fan in the early days, saying: "I liked him a lot. He was my idol. That’s why I wear a long-sleeved jersey and the No7. He had a lot of class on and off the pitch. That’s what I liked about him. No one had the right foot he had."

Scores

  1. 1 and above.

    Oh dear. Have a great weekend

  2. 2 and above.

    Oh dear. Have a great weekend

  3. 3 and above.

    Oh dear. Have a great weekend

  4. 4 and above.

    That's respectable. Have a great weekend

  5. 5 and above.

    A fine score. Have a great weekend

  6. 6 and above.

    A fine score. Have a great weekend

  7. 7 and above.

    A superb score. Have a great weekend

  8. 8 and above.

    A superb score. Have a great weekend

  9. 9 and above.

    A superb score. Have a great weekend

  10. 0 and above.

    Oh dear. Have a great weekend

  11. 10 and above.

    You absolute legend. Have a great weekend