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

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tennisMurray's fiancee Kim Sears in apparent foul-mouthed rampage
Sport
Maria Sharapova celebrates reaching the final
REPORTThe pair beat their respective countrywomen, Madison Keys and Ekaterina Makarova, in their semi-finals
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Rugby UnionEngland’s path to Cardiff for the Six Nations opener is beginning to look like a long road to nowhere
Sport
England may be in bits but Stuart Lancaster spent much of Wednesday arguing that the remaining pieces can still stack up
Sport
cricketEXCLUSIVE Ashley Giles admits ‘it couldn’t have been more stressful’ when he was replaced as one-day coach last year. He tells Richard Edwards he will ‘observe’ their World Cup games – but 'won’t be jumping up and down'
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The bowler is inching closer and closer to top form
Sport
Golf A nasty business is how Rory McIlroy described the legal dispute that will see him take the stand in a Dublin court next week
Sport
Tomas Rosicky and Phil Neville
footballFormer Manchester United and Everton player made a controversial remark about tackling
Sport
Luis Figo
'Something has to be done,' declares Portuguese, almost quoting Lenin
Sport
Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather shake hands at the Miami heat NBA game last night
boxingPair finally meet during NBA game and shake hands - can they now agree a $300m fight?
Sport
Stuart Broad
more cricketThe England bowler has apologised if he caused any offence
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more RUGBY UNIONINTERVIEW Nick Easter believes his experience can help England in Cardiff
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Carl Frampton celebrates after beating Kiko Martinez to win the IBF super-bantamweight title
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more RUGBY UNION14-year playing career will come to an end this season
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cricketBowler named Australia's young cricketer of the year
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