Interesting Question of the Day – 19 November 2018

This is Felix Hernandez.

In this 2012 photo, he had just become the most recent person to pull off what was deemed the most difficult single game accomplishment in sport.

What did he do?

The first new player to comment on the website with the correct answer wins a free drink at their next iQ Trivia show.

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8 comments on “Interesting Question of the Day – 19 November 2018
  1. Nathan says:

    I am confused. Surely the single most difficult single game accomplishment in sport is holding the All Blacks scoreless.

    (8 times ever, and never since 1964)

    • iqtrivia says:

      This is something that has only happened 23 times in well over 200,000 opportunities.

      • Nathan says:

        Ah, but 18 of those 23 instances have occurred since 1964. So your achievement is getting easier, while mine is getting harder… 🙂

        • iqtrivia says:

          There have also been more teams and as a result more games as time has gone by.

          If you were so inclined you could come up with some obscure accomplishment that only one player has ever done.

          Jacob Stockdale, for instance, became the only player in rugby history named Jacob who scored a try in a win over the All Blacks in Dublin.

  2. Miles says:

    He pitched a perfect game in American Major-League baseball.