This category contains questions and answers about sports, athletics, games and individual performance.
Scandalous at the time, what was the first ballroom dance to feature couples facing each other in a "closed hold" position?
The French philosopher Michel de Montaigne wrote of a dance he saw in 1580 and it later became known as what?
Said to have been created by Ric Silver in 1976, the crowd-pleasing "Electric Slide" is what kind of dance?
The official slogan of the United States Blind Golf Association is "You Don't Have To See It To" what?
The first jersey ever retired in MLB history, the uniform number 4 belonged to what Yankees legend?
The five interlocking rings on the Olympic flag are representative of what?
The coldest NFL game in history, the 1967 championship Ice Bowl was played where?
What NFL team's name was chosen to honor its large number of fans with Scandinavian ancestors?
What U.S. state is home to a university whose football team is known as "The Ragin Cajuns?"
What NFL franchise plays home games in a venue appropriately named Arrowhead Stadium?
What game's name is aptly derived from a Swahili word meaning "to build"?
What NBA star is named after an expensive type of beef?
What performer's "obscene gesture" during the 2012 Super Bowl halftime show compelled the NFL to issue an apology?
Which of the following is often classified as a type of role-playing game?
The 1-wood golf club, used to strike the ball long distances, is better known by what name?
What color is created when blending the standard billiard ball colors seen on the eight ball and the cue ball?
What casino game allows gamblers to make an "insurance" bet against losing to the house?
What fitness trend often utilizes a piece of equipment called "The reformer"?
Steffi Graf, Jennifer Capriati and Lindsay Davenport have all won Olympic gold medals in what sport?
The dapper board game mascot Mr. Monopoly typically sports all but which of the following?
Traditionally, quarterbacks yell which of these words to their center when they want to start a play?
To win a superfecta wager at the track, a bettor must pick how many of the top finishers in the right order?
In an Olympic-size pool, which is 50-meters long, about how many lengths would you have to swim in order to swim a mile?
The numbered spaces on a standard roulette wheel fittingly add up to what sinful number?
Though the amount is no longer in U.S. circulation, the classic game of monopoly comes with bills in what denomination?
What track and field event is also known as the "quarter mile"?
What is the only piece of equipment needed to play the popular kids' game known as cat's cradle?
When spelled as one word, what baseball hall of famer's name means "having a pH more than 7?"
What Canadian city's streets saw riots after their beloved Canucks lost the 2011 Stanley Cup to the Boston Bruins?
Used to mean "finishing strong", the phrase "sticking the landing" comes from what sport?
What is the only Grand Slam tennis tournament that makes its players dress almost entirely in white?
One of the sport's most famous players, Prince William captained what team at the University of St. Andrews?
The position of "long snapper" plays a key, if understated role in which of these team sports?
What piece of sporting equipment is colloquially known as a "pigskin"?
What sports "unnecessary roughness" penalty inspired the name of the USA drama "Necesay Roughness"?
What sport's college teams traditionally compete in post-season games called "bowls"?
Unimpressed by cupies, split lifts and basket tosses, a federal judge ruled in 2010 that what is not a sport?
The square dance move "do-si-do" is derived from the French phrase "dos-a-dos", which translates to what?
The 2014 Winter Olympic Games marked the first time women were able to compete in which of these disciplines?
Since 1934, the Masters Golf tournament has been held in what U.S. city?
The French Open is played on tennis courts with what surface?
What does the "C" stand for in the sports abbreviation NCAA?
Practiced by samurai in feudal Japan, tessenjutsu is a martial art utilizing what seemingly feminine item as a weapon?
What country hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup, soccer's premier international competition?
What's the CORRECT spelling of the winning word in the first-ever Scripps National Spelling Bee in 1925?
What Major League Baseball team plays its spring training home games at George M. Steinbrenner Field?
What Major League Baseball Team is commonly referred to by the synonymous nickname "Pale Hose"?
What MLB team has gone longer without winning the World Series than any other franchise in history?
Pointe shoes, also known as "toe shoes", are commonly used in what style of dance?
The game Uno has rules similar to what children's card game?