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400

The first Olympic games were held in this city in 1896

Athens
400

Alexander Graham Bell is credited with what notable Invention

The telephone

400

Because right and left can become confusing when out on the open waters, these two terms are used as substitutes

Port and Starboard
400

Which marsupial is known for its pouch and its children named Joey

Kangaroo

400

This movie classic is the first film to be released in color

The Wizard of Oz

800

Barry Bone’s holds the record for the most career what in Major League Baseball

Homeruns

800

The light bulb is the invention of what influential scientist

Thomas Edison 

800

This alliterative phrase serves as a reminder to seafarers that a certain color buoy are kept on a certain side of the boat when proceeding from the open sea into port

Red Right Return

800

This mammal is the only mammal capable of sustainable flight

Bat

800

In Star Wars, the Millenium Falcon is the ship used by which duo 

Han Solo and Chewbacca

1200

This athlete holds the record for most Olympic Medals with 28, including 23 gold medals, 3 silver, and 2 bronze medals.

Michael Phelps

1200

Now a car brand, this famous inventor is associated with the development of the Alternating Current(AC) electrical system

Nikola Tesla

1200

This term is used to refer to any navigable channel for a boat to travel in, also where you want to be on the golf course

Fairway

1200

This animal deservedly earned the nickname, ”the ship of the desert”

Camel

1200

This film features the characters Danny and Sandy and the song “Summer Nights”

Grease

1600
If you get a hole-in-one on a par 4, you got this, also the name of the bird with the largest wingspan of any bird

Albatross

1600

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The invention of velcro by George de Mestral was inspired by sticking burrs to this thing you might find wandering in your house

1600

This term refers to a position out the side of a boat on either side, if split into two words, it could mean a particular long sturdy piece of lumber used to support the roof.

Abeam

1600

This venomous snake is responsible for the most snakebite-related deaths in Africa

Black Mamba

1600

In Mary Poppins, Mary uses this word to describe the taste of her medicine

Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

2000

During the Apollo 14 mission, Alan Shepard took part in what sporting activity while walking on the moon 

Hitting golf balls(playing golf)

2000

John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, inadvertently invented this in the 18th Century, clearly he wasn’t very clever with names

The sandwich

2000

This nautical flag, code Oscar, means this unfortunate scenario is occurring 

Man overboard
2000

DAILY DOUBLE

Technically in the deer family, this large mammal native to the northern US and Canada, is the largest species of deer

2000

In the 1991 film, “The Silence of the Lambs” Hannibal Lecter famously says this to Clarice Starling

“Hello, Clarice”

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