Sports GK Questions - MCQs on Sports General Knowledge
Sports GK (General Knowledge) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on different sports and games for competitive examinations. These questions are part of GKToday’s 35000+ MCQs Bank Course in GKToday Android App
1. Euro Cup is related to which sports?
[C] Table Tennis
Correct Answer: B [Football]
2. Birdie and Eagle are two terms related to which of the following sports?
Correct Answer: B [Golf]
The different names used for Hole scores in Gold include Bogey, Par, Birdie, Eagle, Albatross and Condor.
3. Who among the following players is considered the greatest Hockey players in the history of Hockey and was also offered a senior position in the German Army by Adolf Hitler?
[A] Dhyan Chand
[B] Lal Shah Bokhari
[C] Kishan Lal
[D] Jaipal Singh Munda
Correct Answer: A [Dhyan Chand ]
Dhyan Chand was an Indian Hockey player and is considered as one of the greatest Hockey player in the history of the sport. He helped India win three Olympic Golds (1928, 1932 and 1936). Swimming Which is the International governing body of Swimming in the world?
4. Who was the first marketing director of the International Olympic Committee?
[A] Michael Payne
[B] Juan Antonio
[C] Richard Pound
[D] Avery Brundage
Correct Answer: A [Michael Payne ]
In 1989, one of the staff members at ISL Marketing, Michael Payne, moved to the IOC and became the organisation’s first marketing director.
5. What should be the standard weight of the cricket ball?
[A] Between 6 and 7 ounces
[B] Between 5 and 6 ounces
[C] Between 7 and 8 ounces
[D] Between 8 and 9 ounces
Correct Answer: B [Between 5 and 6 ounces ]
As per the rules defined in the “Laws of Cricket” code, the weight of a standard cricket ball should be between 5 and 6 ounces. These are now owned by the Marylebone Cricket Club, Englan
6. Which Indian athlete is known as the “Queen of Indian Track and Field” or “Golden Girl”?
[A] PT Usha
[B] Kamaljeet Sandhu
[C] Krishna Punia
[D] Sunita Rani
Correct Answer: A [PT Usha ]
PT Usha is a retired Indian track and field athlete and has been associated with athletics since 1979. She is called the “Queen of the track and field” and “Golden Girl”.
7. In Pole Vault, what material is the pole made up of?
[C] Carbon fibre or Fiberglass
Correct Answer: C [Carbon fibre or Fiberglass ]
Pole Vault is a track and field event in which a person uses a long, flexible pole as an aid to jump over the bar. The pole is usually made up of Carbon fibre or fiberglass. Who is ranked number 1 in Men’s Pole Vaulting?
8. Where are the headquarters of the International Cricket Council?
[C] Cape Town
Correct Answer: D [Dubai ]
The International Cricket Council has its headquarters in Dubai which is the global governing body of cricket. It was founded as the Imperial Cricket Conference in 1909 by representatives of England, Australia and South Afric
9. When were the first Asian Games held?
Correct Answer: A 
The first Asian Games were held in New Delhi, India in 1951. The Asian Games is a multi-sport event held every four years among athletes from all over Asia. The games are organized by the Olympic Council of Asia, and they are recognized by the International Olympic Committee. The Asian Games are the second-largest multi-sport event in the world, after the Olympic Games.
10. What is the name of the award instituted by the International Olympic Committee to athletes who demonstrate the spirit of sportsmanship in the Olympic Games?
[A] Robert Capa Gold Medal
[B] Pierre de Coubertin Medal
[C] Wilbur Cross Medal
[D] George Box Medal
Correct Answer: B [Pierre de Coubertin Medal]
Pierre de Coubertin Medal is the name of the award instituted by the International Olympic Committee to athletes who demonstrate the spirit of sportsmanship in the Olympic Games. The Pierre de Coubertin medal, also known as the Coubertin medal or the True Spirit of Sportsmanship medal, is an award given by the International Olympic Committee to athletes who demonstrate the spirit of sportsmanship in the Olympic Games. The medal was inaugurated in the year 1964. Pierre de Coubertin is known as the father of the modern Olympic Games.