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Saturday, 3 August, 2002, 14:18 GMT 15:18 UK
Quiz: 1 August to 4 August
What rule has been adopted for wrestling at the Commonwealth Games?
  A: Greco-Roman
  B: Freestyle
  C: Last man standing
 
In which county is Bisley, which has hosted the shooting events?
  A: Sussex
  B: Suffolk
  C: Surrey
 
Including Manchester 2002, how many Commonwealth Games have there been?
  A: 13
  B: 15
  C: 17
 
What is the 'jack' in bowls?
  A: Stationary white ball
  B: Name of the umpire
  C: Device used to lift players
 
How many African nations took part in the Games?
  A: 10
  B: 15
  C: 19
 

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