QUIZ: Summer Olympics

By FPL_LaurenH

The 2020 Summer Olympics are being held July 23 – August 8, 2021 in Tokyo. Do you have what it takes to win gold in our Olympic trivia?

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Which US cities have hosted the Summer Olympics?*
Philip Noel-Baker is the only person to have won both an Olympic medal and what other prize?*
Which nation is the only one to have won at least one gold medal at every summer games?*
How many athletes have won gold medals for multiple countries?*
Who was the first Olympian to compete with a prosthetic limb?*
What was special about Margaret Ives Abbott's Olympic win?*
Oscar Gomer Swahn of Sweden was the oldest person to win an Olympic medal. How old was he?*
Dimitrios Loundras of Greece was the youngest person to win an Olympic medal. How old was he?*
The 1900 Olympics was a historic year. Which of these events did not occur?*
One of the longest Olympic events occurred at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm when wrestlers Alfred Asikainen of Finland and Martin Klein of Russia wrestled for:*
What time period were painters, sculptors, architects, writers, and musicians able to compete in the Olympics?*
The 1972 Olympics in Munich had the first Olympic mascot. What type of animal was Waldi?*
Which of these athletes did not compete at the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm?*
Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympic athlete with 28 medals. Larisa Latynina from the former Soviet Union is the next most decorated with how many medals?*
The 1980 summer Olympics in Moscow were widely boycotted. What was the name of the alternative games that were held in Philadelphia?*
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