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The subject Sports plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations.
Sports One-Liners help a lot.
It plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations.
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Some of the Sporting events -One Liners are as follows
1-In 2012 United Kingdom hosted Olympic Games.
2-Olympic Games were first started by Greece (1896).
3- Term Deuce is commonly used in Badminton and Volleyball.
4-In the year 1916 Olympic Games were cancelled because of World War.
5-Asian Games have been hosted by Thailand for a maximum number of times.
6-Bandy is the national sport of Russia.
7- Uruguay had started Football World.
8-First Olympic Games was held in Canada.
9- Canada has hosted Commonwealth Games for the maximum number of times.
10- Australia has won Cricket world cup for the maximum number of times.
11-Football World Cup has been won by Brazil for the maximum number of times.
12- Commonwealth game started in 1930.
13-Archery is the national sport of Bhutan.
14- Lacrosse/Ice hockey is the national sport of Canada.
15- Wrestling is the national sport of Turkey.
16-Badminton has been an Olympic sport since 1992.
17-Pierre de Coubertin was the founder of the International Olympic Committee. He was a French educator and historian and is considered as the father of the modern Olympic Games.
18-John Donald Budge was the first person to win the Grand Slam in tennis. He was a World No. 1 player for five years.
19-Bullfight and bullock-cart racing is related to Jallikattu sport played in Tamil Nadu and neighbouring states of India.
20- 29th August has been declared as Sports Day in honour of Major Dhyan Chand.
21-Worple Road in Wimbledon hosted the first World Tennis Championship.
22-The first Wimbledon Tennis championship took place in 1877.
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