Court of Arbitration for Sport: Quiz

Question 1: The Swiss court ruled that the CAS was a true court of ________, but drew attention to the numerous links which existed between the CAS and the IOC.
ArbitrationMediationAlternative dispute resolutionLaw

Question 2: It ruled in 2006 that Gibraltar had valid grounds for its application to join ________, forcing the organisation to hand it provisional membership.
FIFAAsian Football ConfederationUEFAUEFA coefficient

Question 3: The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS; French: Tribunal Arbitral du Sport or TAS) is an international arbitration body set up to settle disputes related to ________.
SportIrelandOlympic GamesSports club

Question 4: With the intermixing of sports and politics, the body was originally conceived by ________ (IOC) President Juan Antonio Samaranch to deal with disputes arising during the Olympics.
International Olympic CommitteeOlympic GamesBids for Olympic GamesOlympic Charter

Question 5: Its headquarters are in ________; there are additional courts located in New York City and Sydney, with ad-hoc courts created in Olympics host cities as required.
LausanneSt. GallenGenevaBern

Question 6: As of 2004, the majority of recent cases considered by the CAS dealt with transfer disputes within professional ________ or with doping.
Association footballRugby unionAssociation football around the worldOlympic Games

Question 7: At the next UEFA Congress, however, Gibraltar was overwhelmingly rejected in a vote, due to lobbying from ________, in defiance of the CAS ruling.
DenmarkSpainLuxembourgPortugal

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