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See how many of these questions all about the 2003 World Cup, you can answer correctly.

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1. The 2003 World Cup was primarily hosted in which country?

2. Which country won the competition?

3. Who were the runners up?

4. What was the margin of victory in the final?

5. Which Zimbabwean made the highest individual score in the competition?

6. Which Indian was the highest runscorer in the 2003 World Cup?

7. Who was the tournament's leading wicket-taker?

8. Which Australian took 7 for 20 and scored a crucial 34 not out in Australia's 2 wicket win against England?

9. Canada were dismissed for 36 by which team?

10. Which Canadian reached a century off 67 balls against the West Indies?

11. Which 4 countries reached the semi-finals of the 2003 World Cup?

12. Which country refused to play Kenya because of safety fears?

13. Which country refused to play in Zimbabwe because of fears over player's safety?

14. The first bowler to take a 5 wicket haul in the tournament played for which country?

15. Kenya beat which 3 Test playing nations during the competition?

16. Who was the top scorer in the final?

17. South Africa were involved in a tie with which country in the group stage?

18. Kenya's Asif Karim recorded the impressive figures of 8.2 - 6 - 7 - 3 against which country?

19. Which 5 Test playing nations failed to reach the Super Six stage of the competition?

20. The final was held in which city?

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