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BY ETHAN WONG GET UP, GET MOVING QUIZ Get Up, Get Moving is a new scheme that will raise awareness of the importance of activity and diet. It will encourage people to find out how fit they are and to consider ways of improving their fitness. In this quiz, you will be required certain questions about sport. Good Luck!
QUESTION 1 Where were the original Olympics founded? A. Athens, Greece B. London, England C. Olympia, Greece D. Rome, Italy (Click the tick to continue)
QUESTION 1 EXPLANATION Where were the original Olympics founded? A.Athens, Greece B.London, England C.Olympia, Greece D.Rome, Italy The Ancient Olympic Games were a religious and athletic festival held every four years at the sanctuary of Zeus in Olympia, Greece among representatives of several city-states and kingdoms of Ancient Greece. These games featured mainly athletic but also combat and chariot racing events. During the games, all conflicts among the participating city- states were postponed until the games were finished
QUESTION 2 What is the world record for the 100m Sprint? A.9.58s B. 10.02s C. 52m D.9.62s (Click the tick to continue)
QUESTION 2 EXPLANATION What is the world record for the 100m Sprint? A.9.58s B.10.02s C.52m D.9.62s Usain Bolt won the gold medal and broke the world record for the 100m at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He ran the 100m sprint in 9.58 seconds.
QUESTION 3 Roughly how many calories do you burn playing an hour of football? A. 1200cal B. 300cal C. 2Kcal D.400cal (Click the tick to continue)
QUESTION 3 EXPLANATION Roughly how many calories do you burn playing an hour of football? A.1200cal B.300cal C.2Kcal D.400cal A person who weighs 150lb, will burn 300cal if they play football for an hour.
QUESTION 4 Which sport do you not require a ball in? A. Boccia B. Croquet C. Hockey D. Ice Hockey (Click the tick to continue)
QUESTION 4 EXPLANATION Which sport do you not require a ball in? A.Boccia B.Croquet C.Hockey D.Ice Hockey Ice Hockey requires a puck rather than a ball. Boccia requires you to throw a ball towards a jack. Croquet you hit a ball with a mallet and Hockey you hit a ball with your hockey stick.
QUESTION 5 Who has won the most majors in golf? A. Tiger Woods B. Arnold Palmer C. Jack Nicklaus D. Rory McIlroy (Click the tick to continue)
QUESTION 5 EXPLANATION Who has one the most majors in golf? A.Tiger Woods B.Arnold Palmer C.Jack Nicklaus D.Rory McIlroy Jack Nicklaus has won 18 majors in his life. A major is one of the four big championships held throughout the year. These include, Masters, The Open, US Open and the PGA Championship. The three other golfers have won majors but not as many as Jack Nicklaus.
QUESTION 6 What does BMI stand for? A. Body Mass Index B. Body Mind Index C. Brains Make Ideas D. Brick Metal Iron (Click the tick to continue)
QUESTION 6 EXPLANATION What does BMI stand for? A.Body Mass Index B.Body Mind Index C.Brains Make Ideas D.Brick Metal Iron Body Mass index is the way of seeing if you are a healthy weight or not by comparing your weight to your height. You can measure this by looking at a BMI chart or by using an online calculator.
QUESTION 7 What is a Calorie? A. A Unit of Light Energy B. A Unit of Heat Energy C. Energy stored inside food D. A Unit of Fat (Click the tick to continue)
QUESTION 7 EXPLANATION What is a Calorie? A.A unit of light energy B.A unit of heat energy C.Energy stored inside food D.A unit of fat It was first defined by Nicolas Clément in 1824 as a unit of heat. However, it remains a commonly used unit for energies in the field of chemistry and in many countries it remains in common use as a unit of food energy.
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