Another set of questions in the SJA’s end-of-year prize quiz for SJA members. We hope this is a tough test of your sporting knowledge, with £100-worth of prizes available to the best and quickest three entries.
But do not enter now – you need to try to answer all 100 questions that will be set for you through to Dec 31. The winner will be the e-mail entry from an SJA member with the highest score received. Final entry details will be published on Dec 31.
Here’s day six’s questions:
46, Name the only Briton to win an orienteering world championship medal in the classic distance event.
47, Name the reigning Olympic champions… at cricket.
48, Doubles: Kelly Holmes won the 800-1,500m double at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Who was the last male track athletes to achieve such a feat?
49, Name the London MP who is a former Northern Ireland high jump champion?
50, To which city were the 1908 Olympic Games originally awarded?
Another set of questions tomorrow.
Missed questions 1-10? Click here to check them out.
Missed questions 11-20? Read them here.
Revisit the third batch of questions by clicking here.
Missed questions 31-40? Click here to check them out.
For questions 41-45 click here.