June 25, 2022

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Be a Guest Meteorologist For a Day at the 2022 World Games – Question 9

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Hey sports fans, how well do you know your sports? Try your luck in the James Spann Trivia Contest for your chance to become a guest Meteorologist for a day, at The World Games 2022 July 7 – 17th! Don’t miss your chance to see history in the making at The World Games 2022!

From now through Thursday, June 23rd, we will post a trivia question daily pertaining to a sport that will be featured in the 2022 World Games. The first person to correctly answer the trivia question will have their name entered into the drawing for the grand prize of being a Guest Meteorologist for a Day alongside James Spann at the 2022 World Games. Answers will only be accepted on the post at AlabamaWx.com. Names will only be entered into the drawing once. If we have a repeated name, we will select the next person with the correct answer.

Susan Brock was the winner of our 8th question. She was the first to correctly answer D Squash. Susan’s name will now go into the drawing.

Here is today’s trivia question about the sport of Boules.

What is the target called in Boules?

A. Jack
B. Mark
C. Spot
D. Bullseye

To answer the question, please type in your answer in the comments section on this post. Answers will only be accepted on the post at AlabamaWx.com. Remember, the first one to answer correctly will be entered into the drawing. The drawing will take place soon after June 23rd.

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James Spann’s Twitter feed

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Scott Martin

2022-06-22 19:00:32

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