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Women's sports trivia quiz

USA players celebrate with teammates after their victory

USA players celebrate with teammates after their victory in the final against Japan at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup at the BC Place Stadium in Vancouver on July 5, 2015. Photo Credit: AFP/Getty Images/FRANCK FIFE

Test your knowledge on women's sports with our latest trivia quiz.


The United States has won the most Women's World Cup titles with three. Which is the only other country to win the tournament multiple times?


Serena Williams has an Open Era record 23 singles Grand Slam titles. Who holds the record for most career singles Grand Slam titles with 24?


Who is the WNBA’s career scoring leader with 20.98 points per game?


Who has the most gold medals among American female Olympians?


After being assaulted at the U.S. Nationals in Detroit, Nancy Kerrigan went on to win the silver medal in the 1994 Games. Who took gold in the closely contested finish?


Ronda Rousey began her mixed martial arts career with 12 straight wins, including 6-0 in the UFC. Who handed Rousey her first loss?


Abby Wambach is the world-record holder, among both male and female players, for goals scored in international soccer matches. How many goals has she scored?


The U.S. won the 1999 Women’s World Cup as the host country in historic fashion, defeating China on penalty kicks in the championship match. Where was that match played?


Who has won the most major championships on the LPGA Tour?


Pat Summitt is the winningest Division I women’s college basketball coach of all time. How many wins did she amass in her career at Tennessee?


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