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Ultimate (sport): Quiz


Question 1: The event, hosted by the Tufts University E-Men crowned ________ its winner, as they beat Glassboro State in the finals.
Palo Alto, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaSilicon ValleyStanford University

Question 2: Games can be played at night using a ________ illuminated disc and glow sticks or LEDs to mark each player.
Fluorescent lampGas-discharge lampLED lampLight-emitting diode

Question 3: A 16-team single elimination tournament was set up at ________, to include 13 East Coast teams and 3 Midwest teams.
Amherst, MassachusettsNorthampton, MassachusettsPelham, MassachusettsBelchertown, Massachusetts

Question 4: TBUF, the longest running annual beach Ultimate tournament[citation needed] in the world (since 1986) held in mid June located in ________.
Hempstead, TexasGalveston, TexasRichmond, TexasConroe, Texas

Question 5: Founded in 1986, incorporated in 1993 the Ottawa-Carleton Ultimate Association based in Ottawa, Ontario, ________, claims to have the largest summer league in the world with 354 teams and over 5000 players as of 2004.
CanadaUnited StatesBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 6: A large tournament, in 2006 hosted 70 teams, held every year in September in Viareggio, Tuscany, ________.

Question 7: There are even large leagues with children as young as third grade, an example being the junior division of the SULA Ultimate league in ________.
Amherst, MassachusettsNorthampton, MassachusettsBelchertown, MassachusettsPelham, Massachusetts

Question 8: During this time, Ultimate arrived in the ________, with the UK's first clubs forming at the University of Warwick and the University of Cambridge.
CanadaUnited KingdomWalesEngland

Question 9: [3] By the late 1970s and early 1980s, there were also clubs at the University of Southampton, University of Leicester, and ________.
University of BradfordUniversity of SheffieldShipley CollegeBradford College (England)

Question 10: In ________, indoor Ultimate tends to be played in venues that can accommodate a field of regular or near-regular size and the playing surface is AstroTurf or some other kind of artificial grass.
Americas (terminology)North AmericaAmericasSouth America


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