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Simone Biles is famous for her skill in what sport?

Gymnastics

100

What was the first released movie that takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Iron Man (2008)

100

Who was the first person in the world to land on the moon?

Neil Armstrong

100

What is the powerhouse cell?

Mitochondria

100

The U.S. rover Curiosity landed on which planet in August 2012?

Mars

200

What is the Football team in Tampa?

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers

200

How many Harry Potter films have been made?

8

200

Who was the first ruler of the Mongol Empire?

Genghis Khan

200

What is the largest known animal?

Blue Whale

200

Which continent is in all four hemispheres?

Africa

300

What is the national sport of Japan?

Sumo Wrestling

300

Which superstar infamously had a “wardrobe malfunction” during the Super Bowl XXXVIII Halftime Show?

Janet Jackson

300

What event is commonly believed to have sparked World War I?

The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria

300

What is the hardest known natural material?

Diamonds

300

In which U.S. state is world’s tallest and oldest trees in?

California

400

Who is the world’s highest-paid athlete in 2021?

Conor McGregor

400

What year does Marty McFly try to return to in Back To The Future?

1985

400

Modern-day Istanbul, Turkey, used to be called what when it was the capital of the Byzantine Empire?

Constantinople

400

Who was the scientist to propose the three laws of motion?

Isaac Newton

400

On what continent would you find the world’s largest desert?

Antartica

500

What company was initially known as "Blue Ribbon Sports"?

Nike

500

Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer are all members of what iconic rock band?

Kiss

500

When was Julius Caesar assassinated?

Ides of March

500

This part of the brain deals with hearing and language.

Temporal lobe

500

What is the smallest country in the world?

Vatican City

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