Sue Barker hosts the lighthearted sports quiz with Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell. Joining the teams are Claudia Fragapane, Gaizka Mendieta, Ryan Sidebottom and Perri Shakes-Drayton.
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Joining Sue, Matt and Phil are
Commonwealth gold medallist Claudia Fragapane,
Spanish midfielder Gaizka Mendieta,
England fast bowler Ryan Sidebottom,
and European indoor champion
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
Hello, and welcome to the show.
Our guests, they look primed and ready to begin,
and our captains look supremely confident for once.
So, let's get things started this week.
We're going to start with the One Minute Round.
And, Matt, we're going to start with your team.
60 seconds to get through as many of the questions as you can.
-Anyone can shout out the answers.
-Here we go.
Roger Federer beat which player in the final
to win his 18th Grand Slam title in January?
No. Erm... Er...
-Would it be Djokovic?
In which gymnastics discipline did Imogen Cairns win Commonwealth gold
in 2006 and 2010?
Who is this Major-winning golfer?
The Magician, The Captain, and The Nugget are all nicknames
of players who have reached a world final in which sport?
Magician, Captain and The Nugget.
-Name a sport with that.
-Do you want to move on?
-The Nugget? The Nugget?
Which football club's badge is this?
-Oh, good shout.
This year, which England cricketer broke the IPL record
for the most expensive foreign player?
-That is Stokes.
In which three sports at the Rio Olympics
did Team GB win only bronze medals?
Sports at the Rio Olympics.
-Um, um, um, um...
No, no, no. Hockey, football, athletics.
-That's a toughie.
-We did so well!
-You ran out of time.
You ran out of time on those.
-Badminton was one.
-Oh, of course.
-Another is judo.
-And shooting, two bronze medals.
-Oh, I tell you what...
And The Magician, The Captain, and The Nugget - snooker.
-Oh, Steve Davis.
-Steve Davis, The Nugget.
-Of course it is, The Nugget.
But you scored five.
That's OK. That's good.
-Right, then, team.
-OK, Tuffers, over to you.
-Shout them out.
-Are your team ready?
Marc Sneyd, Tom Briscoe and Ryan Hall are the last three winners
of which individual rugby league award?
-The best player.
-Rugby... Lance Todd.
In which city did Laura Muir and Mo Farah
break European indoor records in February?
European indoor records.
-Move on. Keep thinking.
-Have a think about that.
Which cricket team play in this one-day kit?
-Oh, good shout.
Which darts player has featured in each of the last three
PDC World Championship Finals?
Who is this Six Nations great?
-Do you want to move on?
Yes, move on. What town?
Which team did the New England Patriots beat
in the Super Bowl in February?
Who are the last three different countries to have won
a women's hockey World Cup? The last three different countries.
-England. India. Sweden. Germany.
That was a flying finish at the end with the Netherlands and Australia.
The one you missed out on was Argentina.
And Birmingham, Perri, was the European indoor records
where they broke them in February.
And you're going to kick yourself at this six Nations great.
Tricky, but still, well done.
End of the opening round,
Matt is on five,
Phil's team in front on six.
It's Sports Action now,
and you need to pay close attention to who you see
and WHEN the action is taking place, OK?
Such constant movement.
No big pauses.
Really ambitious routine.
Oh, that's excellent!
That's a very good jump indeed.
The first 3½ somersault with tuck.
-Yes! Come on, Tom!
A happy ending after all for Steffi Graf.
Match, and the championship, Raymond van Barneveld!
Edged by Smith and caught by Strauss.
Superb bowling by Flintoff who celebrates.
To his left. Parlour shoots.
Oh, Ray Parlour has given Arsenal the lead in the cup final!
OK, teams, on the board, nine years.
You're going to take it in turns to choose a piece of action
and match it to the year in which you think it was happening.
So, Matt, as you are one behind, you get to pick first.
-Go for it.
-For the golfer.
-For the golfer, OK.
Nick Price, is it right?
Yes, it is. Well done, Gaizka.
Right, we're going to have a little stab at the cricketer, do you think?
2009 Freddie finish, I think.
He played the Ashes and finished after that.
So, 2008 against South Africa.
That's your answer. Let's see.
-It's the right answer.
Well done. Well done.
Back we go.
OK, we're going to go with '96, Raymond Barneveld.
'96 for Raymond van Barneveld.
Just the nine years out.
-So, you're plumping for 2014.
Give us a sort of percentage.
-What 80, 20, 4?
Do we know any others? Do we know any others?
-Well, I think...
You may be convinced, Perri, he's not sure.
I'm not. That's fine.
No, no, I'm going to go with you. Go on, Perri.
I'm going to say Katarina Johnson-Thompson in 2014.
-Is it right?
OK, Matt. Your last guess.
-Make it a good one.
-This one I think.
-She was a bit young, she looked very young...
..therefore that fits from six years ago.
OK. Larisa Iordache 2011.
You're going for 2011.
Is that right?
Your last chance, then, Tuffers.
-Right, well, we've got a little bit of inside information here.
Because it was Gabriela Sabatini versus Steffi Graf, wasn't it?
-I can't give you any clues.
And Ryan tells me he was madly in love with Gabriela Sabatini.
Aw, Gabriela Sabatini.
I don't think he was alone.
There's the difference, Ryan - Phil and I had Sue on our wall.
Hey, why are you laughing?
-OK, are you right?
Yes! You are indeed.
That was actually Arantxa Sanchez Vicario.
2002 was the football, that was Ray Parlour.
That was all we were looking for.
2009 was a very young Tom Daley
competing in the worlds in Rome.
And 2011, I think you've probably worked out now, was this snooker
with John Higgins defeating Judd Trump.
So, end of the round,
and Matt is on 6,
Phil in front on 9.
OK, Matt, you are going first.
We need you up in the middle for this one.
CHEERING AND APPLAUSE
A, B, C.
-There are 15 balls in front of you.
You need to put them in the basket
you think matches the correct answer.
Each ball you have left at the end of your three questions
will be worth a point.
I'll play your game.
So, here is your first question -
which of these sporting greats have won the most Olympic medals?
A, Nadia Comaneci.
B, Chris Hoy.
C, Carl Lewis.
So, Chris Hoy had six gold. That's just gold.
Carl Lewis did one, two, relay, and long jump.
He's got to have been to three Olympics.
He's probably won... I reckon it could be Carl Lewis.
She did Olympics when she was 14,
so I reckon she won quite a lot.
Put them all.
-Yeah, do it.
I'm really scared.
-I'm with you on that.
-Are you with me?
It's never been done before, Claudia.
This has never been done before!
-I'm really scared.
-It's never ever been done before.
Audience, who agrees?
AUDIENCE CHEER AND SHOUT
Ooh, some people say no.
What do you reckon?
You're happy with that? Give me a number.
-Give me a number for Nadia.
-I reckon over five.
-Five gold. And how many silvers?
-In total, medals.
-Take some out. Take some out.
-A is Comaneci. B is Hoy. C is Lewis.
-How many? How many?
Put in about six.
-Five, four, three, two, one.
-Lewis? Yeah, let's go...
That's it! HORN BLARES
That's it! No, no, put it back.
Put it back. Your time was up. One back.
-One back, Matt. AUDIENCE:
-So, how many have you put in Lewis?
-It's quite an extraordinary change
-from where we just were.
-So, none for Hoy.
-No. He's won everything.
And he's got seven.
has got nine.
-Oh, come on, Lewis is right up there.
He's like 13, 14. Got to be.
-Got to be.
-Carl Lewis is...
10. He is the right answer.
So, you are taking nine through to round two.
Relatively happy with that, Sue.
Since 2,000, which of these teams have won the NBA final
-on the most occasions?
-Now, come on.
A, Miami Heat.
B, LA Lakers.
C, San Antonio Spurs.
You can only use two baskets.
What you think, Claudia? Shall we go all in?
Don't listen to me.
Initially, I'm thinking Lakers and Heat are the two options.
So B is the favourite.
Do we want to go more with the Lakers or more with the Heat?
-Lakers is the obvious choice, isn't it?
That's the obvious choice.
-But did they win a few before 2000.
Where am I going? Heat.
I'll go five in Heat, four in Lakers.
I think there might have been some pre-2000.
-So, you disregarded C.
-The San Antonio Spurs...
..who won four.
We could be in trouble.
Lakers five, then. Lakers five.
Lakers five, Sue. Come on.
So, you've got four, and you can only put them in one answer.
-Ooh, all in.
Made for you, this one, Claudia. It's made for you.
-Made for you.
Claudia, here it is.
Which of these events is the oldest?
Is it A, the Ryder Cup,
B, football World Cup,
or C, Winter Olympics?
-Wow. There were definitely prewar World Cups.
I'm not sure there was prewar...
Was there prewar Winter Olympics?
It's been cold for a long time.
-When did they invent that snow thing?
Immediately I'm thinking Ryder Cup,
but then football...
Football. Would you think?
-'20s or '30s?
-I'd say late '20s.
I like it.
-I can't help you with the golf, but...
-Ten seconds from now.
-Five, four, three, two...
-So, you discounted the Winter Olympics.
-We did, yes.
That was 1924.
That's... That's pretty early.
-The football World Cup...
-That's got to be close.
The Ryder Cup...
-It was the Winter Olympics.
It was the Winter Olympics.
OK, Tuffers, your turn now. Let's go.
Which of these boxers won the most professional fights?
A, Evander Holyfield.
B, Oscar De La Hoya. C, Joe Calzaghe.
Joe Calzaghe, undefeated.
-In how many?
-43 or something. 45.
You've come straight in with that good knowledge.
I'll say Calzaghe and then...
-Are you going all in?
-No, I'm not.
-No, that's silly.
So, I'm going to go C. And De La Hoya is a ledge.
It's like, he's a bit older as well, isn't he?
-So he's probably been around a bit longer.
Have we got that wrong, though?
-Shall we just put a little one in with Holyfield?
-Just in case.
-Play with one.
-Oh. Calzaghe, quite a few. De La Hoya, that.
-And then one...
-Four, three, two, one.
-One, two, two, three, four, five, six.
-How did you split them, then? You've got one...
-Seven, seven, one.
-Seven, seven, one.
-Just to keep us in the game.
If he's won loads.
Oscar De La Hoya won 39.
-Joe Calzaghe, 46.
-Oh, no, Evander.
No. ..forty... No!
-Remember, you can only use two baskets this time.
-Only two baskets.
-Right, only two, team. Only two.
-How are you on Formula One?
Since 1980, which team have won the
Formula One Constructors' Championship on the most occasions?
A, Ferrari. B, McLaren.
I'm going to say A or B because whenever I hear commentary in
the background, cos I'm not watching it,
-that's all you ever hear.
-Little bit old school, though, Williams.
Williams was sort of the '80s, they had... Williams was up there.
And probably the other ones...
-Yeah, I'm going A and B, you reckon?
-Fancy A and B?
-What, even split?
-Yeah, even, please.
Seven, you've got.
-Can't wait to see this one.
-Anyone got a saw?
I've got eight, I've got eight!
-You've got eight?
-I've got eight.
I miscounted. We've done well. We've done well!
-A and B?
-A and B.
-Even though the '80s were prolific.
A, Ferrari. B, McLaren. C, Williams.
-Yeah, prolific they were.
Five, four, three, two...
-McLaren, must be McLaren.
-McLaren, you put four in.
-Yeah, and I've put four in Ferrari.
They've won it seven times.
-McLaren seven times?
-Williams, C, have won it nine times.
Good work. Good work, team. We worked that out.
-Which of these tournaments is the oldest?
A, the BDO Darts World Championship.
B, Football League Cup.
C, Super Bowl.
Super Bowl, black-and-white. I've seen it black-and-white.
Um...um... What was it, FA Cup?
-Football League Cup.
And the BDO Darts World Championship.
I've seen them in black-and-white as well.
It's no help.
-I would say not the darts.
-I would say B.
You reckon the football? Yeah, go on.
-I was thinking...
-Football or Super Bowl?
-I'm going to go with...
I fancied NFL as soon as I saw it.
-..three, two, one.
It can't be the darts.
-The darts was 1978.
-Yes. Well, that's nowhere near.
No. The Super Bowl was 1967.
Oh, it's the football. Perri, you're right.
The football was 1960.
It was the football.
What do I know?
Well, a lot of hard work and effort
in that round
for absolutely nothing.
So, now Home Or Away. One point for a Home question.
A possible three if you go Away.
-Claudia, we're coming to you first.
-Three behind, aren't we?
-So Home question or Away?
-What do you think?
-We'll go Home.
Who in Montpelier became her country's first European
all-round champion and a year later in Rio,
their first female gymnast to win an Olympic medal?
-I have a feeling it's Giulia...Steingruber.
-And did she win the European gold in the all-round in 2015?
And then she won a medal in Rio? She won bronze or silver.
Yeah, she won a medal in...
She won a medal on vault in Rio.
Is the right answer!
Ryan, Home or Away?
-Yeah, go on, we'll go Home.
Who scored over 1,500 runs in the County Championship last season,
including seven centuries, which was a record for his county,
before making his test debut later that year?
-You... Think you might be right.
-Who does he play for?
Got loads, didn't he? Yeah, made his debut against India.
-Got hundred then naught.
Well done, yes. For Durham. Well done.
Gaizka, Home or Away?
Team GB won six of the ten track cycling Olympic gold medals
-on offer in Rio.
Name three other countries to win a gold.
The favourites would be...
They would be the three favourites.
New Zealand are pretty handy.
Holland. Oh, and little bit of...
-I'm not sure about Germany, though.
-No, that would be...
That would be in my top two, without a doubt.
-We think we've got it.
So it would be...
-Which one was it?
-Germany was right.
I think it's got to be the Hollanders.
-Or New Zealand.
-It's just one answer for one point.
Holland? Holland, Holland. Holland, Sue.
Is the right answer!
China and Italy is the other ones.
So one point apiece there.
And, Perri, it's your turn now. Home or Away?
Who won 400m bronze at the Beijing World Championships and the
Rio Olympics, as well as helping her country to relay medals
at both games?
(No. Come on, Perri...
(Did she, Christine?)
Might've been Christine Ohuruogu.
It was Christine Ohuruogu.
I'm going to say... I'm not confident with this answer...
-You're not convinced.
-I'm going to say it, yeah.
-I'm going to say Christine Ohuruogu.
You're going for Christine Ohuruogu.
Uh, no. That's not the right answer.
We were looking for Shericka Jackson.
-Look at her face!
We are ending tonight's show with a sprint finish.
-And, Matt, you're going first.
-Am I first?
-Yes, you are.
OK, here we go.
You need a big score.
Just shout out anything, we'll move on when it's right.
OK, Matt, your time starts now.
-OK, gymnastics and there two of them and you're doing lots of...
-Yes, we'll give you that.
-Ooh, this sport. Not the grass...
-Nadal is really good...
-No, Nadal and...
But on the court, it's made of not grass, it's made of...
You make pots.
-You get all romantic...
-Yeah, you got that one.
Oh, it's a Portuguese club, I think.
-A Portuguese football club.
Oh, I'm stuck, I have to use my sand wedge out of the...
-I'm using a golf club.
And it's made of sand...
-That's the one, that's the one.
It's a cycling race.
-It's a cycling race...
-Tour de France.
-Vuelta a Espana.
-Oh, he shoots one downtown and it's worth...
-Yes, it is.
Ooh, he's a Spanish footballer, plays for Arsenal and Chelsea.
Oh, I've just got off my horse. It's a flying.... Off the horse.
-I'm on the horse...
-And then I fell.
-..I get off the horse.
Well done, Gaizka. Very well done.
-Well done, well done.
-You have scored
-So, you know the target you need.
-Let's do it, come on.
Six you need. Up you come.
OK, there's your first one, Tuffers. Are you ready? Your time starts now.
-Jonathan Edwards did the...
Oh, Man United, legend boss.
-Ferguson. Alex Ferguson.
-Oh, it's freezing and you're on like that.
Oh, what's that stupid thing that we do in cricket when it rains
and you have to work it out by the...
Oh, rugby, rugby league.
Striped... Not a lion, a striped one.
The legend that did the pole vault, the shot put and the running.
-In the blue something.
-What's the other one called?
-What colour, though? What colour?
-Blue corner, red corner.
Oh, what, it's a Ryder Cup chant for the other side.
Well done, mate.
Well done, Perri.
"Not a lion, the stripy one."
Anyway, you needed six.
You scored eight. Well done.
It's been so much fun. I feel like you're all winners.
Anyway, a huge thank you to our guests. To Claudia and Gaizka,
to Perri and Ryan. The three of us will be back soon.
Until then, from all of us here, good night.
Sue Barker hosts the lighthearted sports quiz with Matt Dawson and Phil Tufnell. Joing the teams are Olympic gymnast Claudia Fragapane, Spanish footballer Gaizka Mendieta, England cricketer Ryan Sidebottom and athletics star Perri Shakes-Drayton.