Sports Quiz of the Year part 2

Sports Quiz of the Year 2014 - part two: How much can you remember from the past 12 months?

These sporting moments stood out at the time, but how much of the past 12 months can you now recall, asks Paul Newman

Sports Quiz of the Year part 2

Sports Quiz of the Year 2014 - part two: The Answers

The 50 answers to our bumper second part of our sport quiz of the year

The power-packed Deontay Wilder

Deontay Wilder leads parade of big hitters with tilt at the premier prize

If 2014 was the year when boxing itself made a comeback as spectacular as any renaissance witnessed then 2015 seems destined to underscore the fight game’s critics

Hitting out: Amir Khan arrives in Islamabad with his world-title belt

Inside Lines: Others must take lead from Amir Khan’s courage

Khan has arrived in Pakistan to 'send a statement' to the Taliban after the Peshawar school maasacre

England celebrate after Emily Scarratt scores a try during the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup 2014 Final between England and Canada

Greatest year for women's sport: Girl power and the sister acts

A look at the British achievements in female sport in 2014

Golden girls: Helen Grant with England’s rugby World Cup-winning squad

Greatest year for women’s sport: From England’s Rugby World Cup winners to Lizzy Yarnold’s skeleton gold

It has been 12 months of unparalleled achievement

Former goalkeeper turned guru David Icke (left) greets a board member on his arrival at the FA

The Last Word: From aliens at FA to yak’s milk in the Tour, here’s to 2015

Michael Calvin takes a look at the more unlikely predictions that could happen in the sporting world in 2015

Dolph Ziggler and Roman Reigns celebrate their victory over Seth Rollins and the Big Show

WWE Smackdown results: Roman Reigns and Dolph Ziggler join forces as Hulk Hogan runs the final show of the year

Ho Ho Hogan opened the final Smackdown of the year that ended with a tag-team match between Reigns and Ziggler against Big Show and Seth Rollins

Sports Quiz of the Year 2014: The Questions

Are you quite the sporting mastermind?

Sports Quiz of the Year 2014: The Answers

Are you quite the sporting mastermind?

Sydney to Hobart: Old boy Wild Oats and newcomer Comanche duke it out on first day

Fleet of 117 set sail on race south

Anthony Crolla (left) in action against John Murray back in April

Lewis Hamilton, Carl Froch, Usain Bolt, Jo Pavey - Quotes of the Year, part III

The best sporting quotes in 2014

Raymond van Barneveld hit his best form to beat Rowby-John Rodriguez

World Darts Championship 2014: Raymond van Barneveld hits the ground running as he sees off Rowby-John Rodriguez in style

'Barney' finished the match with a 150 bullseye checkout and believes not wearing his normal glasses paid off

Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter always protested his innocence despite being found guilty and jailed

Steve Bunce: A year in which we said goodbye to two world champions, British promoter Duff and 'triple murderer' Hurricane Carter

There have been some notable deaths in the boxing business in 2014

Sport
Taking a dive: Samu Manoa drops in to score Northampton’s first try
Rugby UnionMATCH REPORT Harlequins 23 Northampton Saints 30: 82,000 watch controlled display of aggression and flair send Saints to top of Premiership summit
Sport
Bonus point: Anthony Watson crosses for Bath’s fourth try
MATCH REPORTBath 31 Exeter 14: Eastmond and Watson too quick for Chiefs as Burgess plays support role
Sport
Juan Pablo Socino (L) of Newcastle Falcons tackles Owen Farrell of Saracens
MATCH REPORTNewcastle 23 Saracens 25: The boot of Owen Farrell keeps Sarries just out of the Falcons grasp
Sport
Firecracker: George Ford has the poise and panache to take England all the way
Rugby World Cup: With this kind draw and home advantage, England can't afford not to win the World Cup
Sport
Former goalkeeper turned guru David Icke (left) greets a board member on his arrival at the FA
The Last Word: Michael Calvin takes a look at the more unlikely predictions that could happen in the sporting world in 2015
Sport
Sports Quiz of the Year part 2
QuizQUIZ How much can you remember from the past 12 months?
Sport
Hitting out: Amir Khan arrives in Islamabad with his world-title belt
BoxingInside Lines: Khan has arrived in Pakistan to 'send a statement' to the Taliban after the Peshawar school maasacre
Sport
The power-packed Deontay Wilder
If 2014 was boxing's spectacular comeback, 2015 will shut up the critics
Sport
Golden girls: Helen Grant with England’s rugby World Cup-winning squad
Women's SportCOMMENTHelen Grant: It has been 12 months of unparalleled achievement for women's sport
Sport
King George VI Chase winner Silviniaco Conti, ridden by Noel Fehily
RACINGKing George VI Chase: Last year's winner holds off Cue Card and Champagne Fever to win by four-and-a-half lengths
Sport
CRICKETNew Zealand star was back in top form as he hit 18 fours and 11 sixes on the first day against Sri Lanka
Sport
Laura Trott and Jason Kenny are preparing for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
CYCLINGThe Olympic cyclists revealed their relationship at the London 2012 Games
Sport
Anthony Crolla (left) in action against John Murray as Crolla is in hospital after confronting burglars
BOXINGBut injured boxer initially thought it was a wind-up from his mates
News
Clarke Carlisle
FOOTBALL Former PFA chairman's wife confirms he is out of danger
News
Clarke Carlisle applauds the Northampton fans in his final appearance before retirement
REACTIONJoey Barton and Dean Ashton lead messages of support
Sport
Dylan Hartley is given his marching orders on Saturday
rugbyEngland hooker available for opener with Wales – if selected
Sport
MORE CRICKETA shaken Shane Watson had to quit training with Australia after being hit on his helmet by a bouncer
Sport
Alastair Cook at the Darts on Monday night
Cook bounced back from one-day sacking with darts win over Anderson at Alexandra Palace
Sport
Steffon's 30-year-old brother, Delon, has 26 England caps at full-back
Rugby UnionToulon back was handed 12-week ban for abusing Leicester fans
Sport
TENNISAfter getting ‘lost’ on Futures circuit, British No 4 tells Paul Newman he is aiming for the top 100
Sport blogs

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