Happy Christmas to all SJA members, our colleagues from around the world and all other visitors to the sportsjournalists.co.uk site.
Here is the fourth part of our 10-day festival of sporting questions – with answers all vital to your potential entry, with £100-worth of prizes available to the best and quickest three entries.
Do not enter now – you need to try to answer all 100 questions that will be set for you through to Dec 31. Final entry details will be published on Dec 31.
Here is the latest batch of questions:
31, Liverpool have been in the top flight of English football since winning promotion in 1961-62. Which club was promoted with them?
32, Cricket: Which county was the first to win an English knock-out one-day cup?
33, How many gold medals did China win at the 2006 Asian Games?
34, Which was the first club compulsorily relegated after finishing bottom of the Football League?
35, England had four captains in the five-Test home cricket series against West Indies in 1988: Mike Gatting, John Emburey (twice) and Graham Gooch, plus one other. Name him
36, 20 years on: Which Briton set an athletics world record virtually before breakfast at the 1986 European championships?
37, And which prominent sports journalist at those championships in Stuttgart, Germany, described the sight of Seb Coe, Steve Cram and a third British 800m runner coming off the final bend for a cleansweep of the medals as looking “like three Spitfires coming out of the sun”?
38, Name the third British medallist in that 1986 European 800m final.
39, What sporting achievement is Lord Glentoran best known for?
40, Who are the netball world champions?
Another set of questions tomorrow. Merry Christmas!