10 most difficult sport riddles A list of ten (out of 180) sport related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Sport quiz How many times Olympic Flame went out?5. So far the Olympic Flame went out 5 times. In 1976 in Montreal the fire went out due to intensive rain. In Athens in 2004 the flame went down on the historical stadium of 1896. During Beijing Games of 2008 it was gone due to "technical issues". During the relay to London in 2012 the flame got extinguished on a boat. On the relay to Sochi in 2013 fire went out at Red Square of Moscow.very hard 12% nevernever29%1134%3322%5512%Created by: smyru. Statistics based on 848 answers in 2 languages »fire riddles » A tragic disaster occurred during the 1955 24 Hours of Le Mans motor race. The leading Mercedes flung into the crowd, killing 83 spectators. Who won the race?Hawthorn/Bueb of Jaguar. Despite death of 83 spectators and 120 injured, the race was continued. Eight hours after the accident, while leading the race, the Mercedes team withdrew their cars. Mercedes invited Jaguar to also retire, but they declined.very hard 17% nobodynobody40%Levegh/Fitch of Mercedes (posthumous)Levegh/Fitch of Mercedes (posthumous)25%Fangio/Moss of MercedesFangio/Moss of Mercedes15%Hawthorn/Bueb of JaguarHawthorn/Bueb of Jaguar17%Created by: Andy Sealy. Statistics based on 4295 answers in 2 languages »Le Mans riddles » Which snooker player has the most World Championship titles?Joe Davis between 1927 (first ever played) and 1946 has won this title 15 times in a row, excluding WWII years of course. Back then snooker wasn't as popular as it is now, so gaining the title was much easier. In the most packed tournament only 12 players participated, and on two occasions there was just a final match played.very hard 18% Stephen HendryStephen Hendry35%Steve DavisSteve Davis42%Joe DavisJoe Davis18%Fred DavisFred Davis3%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 119 answers in 2 languages »snooker riddles » What was the name of the first Real Madrid's stadium? Estadio de Chamartín. Real Madrid was playing its matches at Estadio de Chamartín until 1946 year. A year after the Nuevo Estadio Chamartín was opened. Next years club's management changed the stadium's name to Estadio Santiago Bernabeu. Every member of club's management agreed to this except the president, but he couldn't change the decision alone very hard 18% Estadio del MadridEstadio del Madrid36%Estadio de ChamartínEstadio de Chamartín18%Estadio MonumentalEstadio Monumental30%Estadio Pardos RubioEstadio Pardos Rubio15%Created by: Mikołaj Sołkiewicz. Statistics based on 394 answers in 2 languages »stadiums riddles » Where is karate from?Ryukyu Kingdom. Karate developed from the indigenous martial arts of Ryukyu Islands (today Japanese) under the influence of Chinese martial arts. The Ryukyu Kingdom was an independent kingdom from the 15th to 19th century, and despite its small size, the kingdom played a central role in the maritime trade networks of medieval East Asia. Until the 19th century, it has had much more in common with China, than with Japan.very hard 21% JapanJapan49%ChinaChina20%Ryukyu KingdomRyukyu Kingdom21%TaiwanTaiwan8%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 4152 answers in 4 languages »sport of Japan riddles » In tennis: A property of a ball that rotates forwards as it is moving is called a ...Topspin . In ball sports, topspin is a property of a ball that rotates forwards as it is moving. Topspin on a ball propelled through the air imparts a downward force that causes the ball to drop, due to its interaction with the air (see Magnus effect).very hard 22% Topspin Topspin 22%SliceSlice25%Drop shotDrop shot33%DriveDrive19%Created by: Tschuka . Statistics based on 140 answers in 2 languages »tennis riddles » In 1969, the Baseball Writers' Association voted for the greatest first baseman of all time. Who won?Henry Louis Gehrig. Gehrig was renowned for his prowess as a hitter and for his durability, which earned him his nickname "The Iron Horse." He was an All-Star seven consecutive time a Triple Crown winner once. Gehrig died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)very hard 23% Derek Sanderson Jeter Derek Sanderson Jeter 12%Henry Louis GehrigHenry Louis Gehrig23%George Herman Ruth JrGeorge Herman Ruth Jr29%Joseph Paul DiMaggioJoseph Paul DiMaggio34%Created by: Tschuka . Statistics based on 126 answers in 2 languages »baseball riddles » How long is the quarter in the NCAA basketball league?None of the above. In NCAA basketball league there are two 20 minutes halfs.very hard 23% 10 min10 min23%12 min12 min42%20 min20 min9%none of the abovenone of the above23%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 164 answers in 2 languages »basketball riddles » Which is the oldest active trophy in sports? America's Cup. The trophy is named after America, the first yacht to win it in 1851 in a race around the Isle of Wight. It is the oldest active trophy in sports.very hard 24% Wimbledon TrophyWimbledon Trophy39%Stanley CupStanley Cup28%America's CupAmerica's Cup24%FIFA Wold CupFIFA Wold Cup7%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 4767 answers in 4 languages »cups riddles » Which tennis player won the most titles (in singles) in his career?Jimmy Connors. By virtue of his long and prolific career, Connors still holds three prominent Open Era men's singles records: 109 titles (the only man to reach 100), 1535 matches played, and 1256 match wins. His titles include eight majors (five US Open, two Wimbledon, one Australian Open), three year-end championships, and 17 Grand Prix Super Series. very hard 24% John McEnroeJohn McEnroe12%Jimmy ConnorsJimmy Connors24%Roger FedererRoger Federer46%Ivan LendlIvan Lendl16%Created by: Tschuka . Statistics based on 162 answers in 2 languages »tennis riddles » Play sport quiz and see all the questions.