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This Day in Sports (August 5th)
Can you answer these multiple choice questions about sports events that happened on August 5th?
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1901: Peter O’Connor sets the first recorded long jump world record. What country was he from?
1921: KDKA Pittsburgh presents the MLB’s first radio broadcast. What team did they cheer for?
1948: Tore Sjöstrand and company help this country sweep the medals in the 3000m steeplechase.
1978: The first all-seater stadium is opened in Aberdeen. Aberdeen played which London club in the inaugural match?
1986: This Giants pitcher becomes the second player to ever pitch 4,000 strikeouts.
1991: Sergei Bubka breaks his own pole vault record. What country was he from?
1992: This country wins the first ever baseball gold medal.
2005: NBA announces that the 2006 All-Star game will occur in this city without an NBA team.
2006: Warren Moon becomes the first black player of what position to be inducted into the Hall of Fame?
2013: The MLB bans this Yankee for 211 games as a result of a Biogenesis Laboratories scandal.
Aug 5, 2020
I got 4 again...consistent if nothing else !
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