QUIZ: Get Ready For the Summer Olympics With This Olympic Quiz!

The international sports festival known as the Olympics graces everyone’s television screen every four years. During this global event, athletes from around the world participate in various types of sports competitions such as archery, swimming, acrobatic gymnastics and so much more. And with the summer Olympics right around the corner, now is the best time to get into the spirit of the game by taking this Olympic quiz!

The international sports festival known as the Olympics graces everyone’s television screen every four years. During this global event, athletes from around the world participate in various types of sports competitions such as archery, swimming, acrobatic gymnastics and so much more. And with the summer Olympics right around the corner, now is the best time to get into the spirit of the game by taking this Olympic quiz!

Who was the athlete who became the sixth American figure skater to win the gold medal in men’s singles in 2010?

  • Evan Lysacek
  • Patrick Chan
  • Timothy Goebel

The retired figure skater was a 2010 Olympic champion. He was also a 2009 World champion, a two-time Four Continents champion and a 2009 Grand Prix Final champion. He was also a celebrity contestant for the 10th season of “Dancing with the Stars.”

The retired figure skater was a 2010 Olympic champion. He was also a 2009 World champion, a two-time Four Continents champion and a 2009 Grand Prix Final champion. He was also a celebrity contestant for the 10th season of “Dancing with the Stars.”

What was the name of the only site in Switzerland to host the Winter Olympics so far?

  • Wengen
  • Rosswald
  • St. Moritz

In 1927 and 1948, St. Moritz hosted the Winter Olympics. This site is known for being a luxurious alpine resort town. It has also hosted polo, cricket and horse races on ice in its frozen lake, too.

In 1927 and 1948, St. Moritz hosted the Winter Olympics. This site is known for being a luxurious alpine resort town. It has also hosted polo, cricket and horse races on ice in its frozen lake, too.

What is the name of the South African runner who allegedly tripped a fellow runner?

  • Almaz Ayana
  • Paula Radcliffe
  • Zola Budd

She was known for running barefoot, but she became infamous after reportedly tripping Mary Decker during the 3,000-meter final at the 1984 Summer Olympics. But the athlete maintained that it was only an accident.

She was known for running barefoot, but she became infamous after reportedly tripping Mary Decker during the 3,000-meter final at the 1984 Summer Olympics. But the athlete maintained that it was only an accident.

What site hosted the 1980 Winter Olympics?

  • Innsbruck
  • Lake Placid
  • Salt Lake City

The United States men’s ice hockey team won the gold medal 4 to 3 in Lake Placid, which ticked off the Soviet Union. Lake Placid is also known as a venue for the Winter Olympics as well as a nexus for various snow sports.

The United States men’s ice hockey team won the gold medal 4 to 3 in Lake Placid, which ticked off the Soviet Union. Lake Placid is also known as a venue for the Winter Olympics as well as a nexus for various snow sports.

What was the reason behind the United States’ boycott of the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow?

  • The Cold War
  • Pressure from China and Japan
  • The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan

When U.S. President Jimmy Carter announced that they wouldn’t participate in the Summer Olympics, other nations followed in protest of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.

When U.S. President Jimmy Carter announced that they wouldn’t participate in the Summer Olympics, other nations followed in protest of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan.

Where were the 1996 Summer Olympics held?

  • Atlanta
  • Singapore
  • Barcelona

The event and the site became famous for a bombing that resulted in the injuries of over 100 people and the deaths of two people. It was caused by a 40-pound pipe bomb full of screws and nails that went off in Centennial Olympic Park.

The event and the site became famous for a bombing that resulted in the injuries of over 100 people and the deaths of two people. It was caused by a 40-pound pipe bomb full of screws and nails that went off in Centennial Olympic Park.

Which Italian site did cross-country skier Stefania Belmondo light the Olympic Flame for during the 2006 Winter Olympics open?

  • Camerino
  • Parma
  • Turin

This was the second Italian city to host the Winter Olympics so far. Turin is also the capital city of Piedmont in northern Italy. It’s known to tourists for its old cafes and Mole Antonelliana, a 19th-century tower that's home to the National Cinema Museum.

This was the second Italian city to host the Winter Olympics so far. Turin is also the capital city of Piedmont in northern Italy. It’s known to tourists for its old cafes and Mole Antonelliana, a 19th-century tower that's home to the National Cinema Museum.

What country was Sarajevo a part of back when it hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics?

  • Russia
  • Yugoslavia
  • Prussia

Yugoslavia was a Southeastern and Central European country from 1918 to 1992. It came into being in 1918 after World War I. And eight years before it broke apart, the country hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics.

Yugoslavia was a Southeastern and Central European country from 1918 to 1992. It came into being in 1918 after World War I. And eight years before it broke apart, the country hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics.

In what year did figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi win the gold medal in ladies’ singles at the Winter Olympics?

  • 1994
  • 1992
  • 2000

Kristi Yamaguchi became the fifth American figure skater to win the ladies’ singles gold medal at the Winter Olympics. She is also the 1988 World Junior champion and a two-time national champion.

Kristi Yamaguchi became the fifth American figure skater to win the ladies’ singles gold medal at the Winter Olympics. She is also the 1988 World Junior champion and a two-time national champion.

Which of these athletes was Winter Olympic medalist Lindsey Vonn in a relationship with?

  • Kobe Bryant
  • LeBron James
  • Tiger Woods

Lindsey Vonn dated professional golfer Tiger Woods from 2013 to 2015. Sadly, their love was not meant to be, and on Facebook, Vonn broke the news that they had mutually decided to end their relationship.

Lindsey Vonn dated professional golfer Tiger Woods from 2013 to 2015. Sadly, their love was not meant to be, and on Facebook, Vonn broke the news that they had mutually decided to end their relationship.

Why was slalom skier Karl Schranz disqualified during the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France?

  • He claimed another competitor ran out in front of him
  • He missed two gates
  • He attacked another competitor

Karl Schranz claimed a course patrolman ran out in front of him so he was allowed to have a do-over. On his second run of the slalom course, he beat Jean-Claude Killy and won two gold medals. But his win was voided because he missed the first two gates.

Karl Schranz claimed a course patrolman ran out in front of him so he was allowed to have a do-over. On his second run of the slalom course, he beat Jean-Claude Killy and won two gold medals. But his win was voided because he missed the first two gates.

Who was Meryl Davis’ figure skating partner who helped her win the gold medal in ice dancing during the 2014 Winter Olympics?

  • Dick Button
  • Charlie White
  • Brian Boitano

In 2014, Meryl Davis and Charlie White were the first Americans to win a gold medal for ice dancing. White is also a five-time Grand Prix Final champion, and three-time Four Continents champion.

In 2014, Meryl Davis and Charlie White were the first Americans to win a gold medal for ice dancing. White is also a five-time Grand Prix Final champion, and three-time Four Continents champion.

Who was the first Black athlete to win an individual gold medal at the Winter Games in 2006?

  • Shani Davis
  • Ray Blum
  • Richard Donovan

The American Winter Olympian won a gold medal in the men’s 1,000 meters during the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. This was a huge achievement as he was the first Black athlete to do so.

The American Winter Olympian won a gold medal in the men’s 1,000 meters during the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. This was a huge achievement as he was the first Black athlete to do so.

Who is the former Olympian who now works alongside Johnny Weir as a figure skating commentator?

  • Dorothy Hamill
  • Kristi Yamaguchi
  • Tara Lipinski

Both she and Weir have worked together as figure skating commentators for NBC. Lipinski is also an actress who has appeared on the original “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” series and in films like “Ice Angel” and “Metro Chase.”

Both she and Weir have worked together as figure skating commentators for NBC. Lipinski is also an actress who has appeared on the original “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” series and in films like “Ice Angel” and “Metro Chase.”

Which sport did Julia Mancuso win four Olympic medals for?

  • Alpine skiing
  • Bobsleigh
  • Figure skating

Mancuso earned a gold, a bronze and two silver medals for alpine skiing. She has since retired, but has continued to remain a part of the world of ski racing as a podcast host.

Mancuso earned a gold, a bronze and two silver medals for alpine skiing. She has since retired, but has continued to remain a part of the world of ski racing as a podcast host.

In which sport did Joey Cheek win a gold, silver and bronze medal?

  • Gymnastics
  • Speed skating
  • Fencing

Inline speed skater Joey Cheek won a bronze medal during the 2002 Winter Games. Then he won a silver and gold medal during the 2006 Winter Games. But he retired from the sport that same year.

Inline speed skater Joey Cheek won a bronze medal during the 2002 Winter Games. Then he won a silver and gold medal during the 2006 Winter Games. But he retired from the sport that same year.

Which country’s delegation was targeted by terrorists during the 1972 Munich Olympics?

  • Israel
  • Iraq
  • Austria

The Palestinian group Black September allied themselves with a West German terrorist organization to hold 11 Israeli team members hostage in exchange for the release of 234 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli custody. In the end, the 11 hostages, a West German police officer, and five of the terrorists passed away.

The Palestinian group Black September allied themselves with a West German terrorist organization to hold 11 Israeli team members hostage in exchange for the release of 234 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli custody. In the end, the 11 hostages, a West German police officer, and five of the terrorists passed away.

Which figure skater won a gold medal in men’s singles during the 1988 Winter Olympics?

  • Dick Button
  • Brian Boitano
  • Hayden Grier

The figure skater became the fifth American to win the men’s singles figure skating Olympic gold medal so far. He became a professional figure skater during the 1988 season.

The figure skater became the fifth American to win the men’s singles figure skating Olympic gold medal so far. He became a professional figure skater during the 1988 season.

Besides Calgary, what other city has hosted the Winter Olympics?

  • Toronto
  • Montreal
  • Vancouver

While Vancouver hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics, it was Calgary that hosted the 1988 Winter Olympics two decades earlier. Besides the Winter Olympics, this city is known for its mountains, music and art scenes.

While Vancouver hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics, it was Calgary that hosted the 1988 Winter Olympics two decades earlier. Besides the Winter Olympics, this city is known for its mountains, music and art scenes.

This Olympics track star had to give up her gold medals from the 2000 Sydney Olympics after she did something that broke the rules.

  • Christy Brinkley
  • Marion Jones
  • Nanceen Perry

The track star was a customer of BALCO (Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative), which gave athletes steroids. Once Jones admitted to using steroids, she spent some time in prison for check fraud and for lying to federal investigators.

The track star was a customer of BALCO (Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative), which gave athletes steroids. Once Jones admitted to using steroids, she spent some time in prison for check fraud and for lying to federal investigators.

Who was the South African Paralympic and Olympic sprinter who got into trouble with the law in 2013?

  • Eric Liddell
  • Carl Lewis
  • Oscar Pistorius

The double-leg amputee was a rare gem in the event as he was one of a few athletes to compete in both the Olympics and Paralympics. He was known as Blade Runner. But he became infamous after being convicted of his girlfriend’s murder.

The double-leg amputee was a rare gem in the event as he was one of a few athletes to compete in both the Olympics and Paralympics. He was known as Blade Runner. But he became infamous after being convicted of his girlfriend’s murder.

Who is this Winter Olympic gold medalist? Hint: His nickname is “The Flying Tomato.”

  • Shaun White
  • Tom Paris
  • Luke Evans

The long-haired athlete won gold medals twice during the Winter Olympics’ men’s halfpipe event. For those who aren’t familiar with the game, it’s essentially snowboarding.

The long-haired athlete won gold medals twice during the Winter Olympics’ men’s halfpipe event. For those who aren’t familiar with the game, it’s essentially snowboarding.

Why was Boris Onishchenko disqualified during the 1976 Montreal Olympics?

  • He rigged his weapon so it would register touches without any contact
  • He poked another fencer in the face
  • He was using controlled substances

The Soviet fencer cheated by altering his weapon so it would register touches with his opponent. His disqualification brought so much shame to the Soviet team, that the volleyball team of the same country reportedly tried throwing him out a window.

The Soviet fencer cheated by altering his weapon so it would register touches with his opponent. His disqualification brought so much shame to the Soviet team, that the volleyball team of the same country reportedly tried throwing him out a window.

In which nation are past Winter Olympic sites Oslo and Lillehammer?

  • Norway
  • France
  • Switzerland

In 1952, the Winter Olympics were hosted in Oslo. Then, decades later in 1994, the Winter Olympics were hosted in Lillehammer. Both sites are located in Norway.

In 1952, the Winter Olympics were hosted in Oslo. Then, decades later in 1994, the Winter Olympics were hosted in Lillehammer. Both sites are located in Norway.

Chinese Gymnast Dong Fangxiao lied about her age. How old was she really during the 2000 Olympics?

  • 16
  • 14
  • 21

Dong Fangxiao led China towards a big win. But she was forced to give up her bronze medal when it was discovered that she was not 16. This bumped the United States from 4th to 3rd place.

Dong Fangxiao led China towards a big win. But she was forced to give up her bronze medal when it was discovered that she was not 16. This bumped the United States from 4th to 3rd place.

In which event did Hannah Teter win a gold medal during the 2006 Winter Olympics?

  • Halfpipe
  • 500 meters
  • Gymnastics

Hannah Teter earned two Winter Olympic medals in her career. The first was during the Winter Games in Torino, Italy, and in 2010 in Vancouver when she won a silver medal.

Hannah Teter earned two Winter Olympic medals in her career. The first was during the Winter Games in Torino, Italy, and in 2010 in Vancouver when she won a silver medal.

Which American speed skater earned a gold medal in the men’s 1,000 meters during the 1994 Winter Olympics?

  • Peter Mueller
  • Dan Jansen
  • Shani Davis

He was the third American skater to earn a gold medal in 1994 for the same event. His victory also broke what was considered a ten-year Olympic jinx. Jansen is a multiple world champion in sprinting and perennial favorite.

He was the third American skater to earn a gold medal in 1994 for the same event. His victory also broke what was considered a ten-year Olympic jinx. Jansen is a multiple world champion in sprinting and perennial favorite.

Which state is the only state in the U.S. to host the Summer and Winter Olympics?

  • Texas
  • California
  • North Dakota

The Winter Olympics was hosted in Squaw Valley, California back in the 1960s. But the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics were both hosted in the beautiful city of Los Angeles, California.

The Winter Olympics was hosted in Squaw Valley, California back in the 1960s. But the 1932 and 1984 Summer Olympics were both hosted in the beautiful city of Los Angeles, California.

Which sport at the 2012 Summer Olympics saw four teams be disqualified for showing insufficient effort?

  • Gymnastics
  • Tennis
  • Badminton

Four women’s badminton pairs from Indonesia, South Korea and China were disqualified for “not using one’s best efforts to win.” Although they claimed that this was not the case, they were accused of trying to throw the early round to get easier match-ups in the knockout rounds.

Four women’s badminton pairs from Indonesia, South Korea and China were disqualified for “not using one’s best efforts to win.” Although they claimed that this was not the case, they were accused of trying to throw the early round to get easier match-ups in the knockout rounds.

In what year did figure skater Peggy Fleming become the only U.S. gold medalist at the Winter Olympics?

  • 1968
  • 1964
  • 1973

Peggy Fleming won the gold medal in ladies’ singles at the 1968 Winter Olympics held in Grenoble, France. She was also a three-time World Champion and claims that her Olympic win changed her life forever.

Peggy Fleming won the gold medal in ladies’ singles at the 1968 Winter Olympics held in Grenoble, France. She was also a three-time World Champion and claims that her Olympic win changed her life forever.

How did figure skater Nancy Kerrigan do in the 1994 Olympics after being attacked by a hitman?

  • She had to quit
  • She won a silver medal
  • She won a bronze medal

Despite being clubbed in the knee by a hitman hired by rival skater Tonya Harding’s ex-husband, Nancy Kerrigan recovered enough to compete. Unfortunately, she came second to Ukrainian skater Oksana Baiul.

Despite being clubbed in the knee by a hitman hired by rival skater Tonya Harding’s ex-husband, Nancy Kerrigan recovered enough to compete. Unfortunately, she came second to Ukrainian skater Oksana Baiul.

What boxer lost as a result of one of Olympics history’s biggest fixes in 1988?

  • Evander Holyfield
  • Julio Cesar Chavez
  • Roy Jones, Jr.

Although Jones had landed 50 punches more than Park Si-hun, Jones lost by decision at the 1988 games in Seoul. And to this day, sports fans claim the match was completely fixed.

Although Jones had landed 50 punches more than Park Si-hun, Jones lost by decision at the 1988 games in Seoul. And to this day, sports fans claim the match was completely fixed.

As of 2017, who is the most recent American to win a gold medal in women’s singles figure skating?

  • Nancy Kerrigan
  • Sarah Hughes
  • Dorothy Hamill

In 2002, she won the gold medal in ladies’ singles figure skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics held in Salt Lake City. But a year earlier, she had won a World bronze in ladies’ singles.

In 2002, she won the gold medal in ladies’ singles figure skating at the 2002 Winter Olympics held in Salt Lake City. But a year earlier, she had won a World bronze in ladies’ singles.

What United States women’s team did Cammi Granato captain during the 1998 Winter Olympics?

  • Ice hockey
  • Curling
  • Skiing

The U.S. women’s ice hockey team beat Canada 3-1 and won the gold medal. This was a big accomplishment for the team as well as for Granato, who years later became one of the first women to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010.

The U.S. women’s ice hockey team beat Canada 3-1 and won the gold medal. This was a big accomplishment for the team as well as for Granato, who years later became one of the first women to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2010.

What city was the 1972 Winter Olympics held in?

  • Sochi
  • Buenos Aires
  • Sapporo

It was the first Winter Olympics event to take place outside of North America or Europe. Sapporo is a city in Japan that’s famous for skiing and their annual Sapporo Snow Festival which has impressive ice sculptures.

It was the first Winter Olympics event to take place outside of North America or Europe. Sapporo is a city in Japan that’s famous for skiing and their annual Sapporo Snow Festival which has impressive ice sculptures.

Which Winter Olympics sport earned Bonnie Blair five gold medals?

  • Luge
  • Speed skating
  • Gymnastics

Bonnie Blair also won a bronze medal during her career. Although she has since retired, she is still considered one of the top skaters of her time and also one of the most highly decorated participants in the Olympics.

Bonnie Blair also won a bronze medal during her career. Although she has since retired, she is still considered one of the top skaters of her time and also one of the most highly decorated participants in the Olympics.

The first Winter Olympics that was held in Russia took place in this city.

  • Sochi
  • Moscow
  • Saint Petersburg

Sochi hosted the Winter Olympics in 2014. This Russian city is considered a summer beach resort and has 20th-century neoclassical buildings. Tourists are known to frequent the Forested Sochi National Park and the Krasnaya Polyana, which is a popular ski resort.

Sochi hosted the Winter Olympics in 2014. This Russian city is considered a summer beach resort and has 20th-century neoclassical buildings. Tourists are known to frequent the Forested Sochi National Park and the Krasnaya Polyana, which is a popular ski resort.

Which Canadian city did Brian Boitano win a gold in men’s singles figure skating during the 1988 Winter Olympics?

  • Vancouver
  • Montreal
  • Calgary

This was the first Canadian city to host the Winter Olympics. It’s known for its various impressive skyscrapers and owes much of its growth for being the heart of Canada’s oil industry.

This was the first Canadian city to host the Winter Olympics. It’s known for its various impressive skyscrapers and owes much of its growth for being the heart of Canada’s oil industry.

Where was the 1972 Summer Olympics held?

  • Montreal
  • Los Angeles
  • Munich

The United States’ team suffered a weird basketball loss after the final three seconds of the game was played three times until the Soviet team finally won. This became a source of controversy and scandal in 1972.

The United States’ team suffered a weird basketball loss after the final three seconds of the game was played three times until the Soviet team finally won. This became a source of controversy and scandal in 1972.

Why did Fred Lorz have his gold medal taken from him after running the marathon at the 1904 summer games in St. Louis?

  • He ran barefoot
  • He had someone give him an 11-mile ride in their car
  • He was drunk

Fred Lorz was so winded that he had a friend come get him and give him a ride in his car. When the car stopped working, Lorz was forced to finish the race on foot. When the rumors about this surfaced, he was forced to admit what he had done.

Fred Lorz was so winded that he had a friend come get him and give him a ride in his car. When the car stopped working, Lorz was forced to finish the race on foot. When the rumors about this surfaced, he was forced to admit what he had done.

In what year did Adolf Hitler open the Winter Olympics?

  • 1936
  • 1940
  • 1945

While most people remember him as the infamous leader, many of them don’t realize that he had once opened the Winter Olympics when it was hosted in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

While most people remember him as the infamous leader, many of them don’t realize that he had once opened the Winter Olympics when it was hosted in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.

In what year was Mike Eruzione a member of the U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team that won the gold medal at the Winter Olympics?

  • 1979
  • 1980
  • 1953

Mike Eruzione scored the goal that won the game over the Soviet Union 4-3. Eruzione became known as the captain of the 1980 Winter Olympics as a result of this amazing win.

Mike Eruzione scored the goal that won the game over the Soviet Union 4-3. Eruzione became known as the captain of the 1980 Winter Olympics as a result of this amazing win.

Scott Hamilton became which number American to win the gold medal in men’s single figure skating during the 1984 Winter Olympics?

  • Third
  • Ninth
  • Fourth

While Scott Hamilton was the fourth American to win the gold medal in this category, other American skaters won gold medals at the Winter Olympics, too. Some of these winners included Dick Button, Brian Boitano, and David Jenkins.

While Scott Hamilton was the fourth American to win the gold medal in this category, other American skaters won gold medals at the Winter Olympics, too. Some of these winners included Dick Button, Brian Boitano, and David Jenkins.

The women’s gymnastics vault event got a do-over during the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Why was this?

  • Some of the participants were using steroids
  • The vault was 2 inches too low
  • Someone greased the vault

Officials discovered that the vault was set too low which made it difficult for the gymnasts to perform their routines successfully. After the problem was fixed, the gymnasts got a second chance to try again.

Officials discovered that the vault was set too low which made it difficult for the gymnasts to perform their routines successfully. After the problem was fixed, the gymnasts got a second chance to try again.

Which European city has hosted the Winter Olympics twice?

  • Innsbruck
  • Turin
  • Sarajevo

The city hosted the Winter Olympics in 1964 and again in 1976. Innsbruck is located in Austria and is well known for its alps, which make it a preferred site for winter sports.

The city hosted the Winter Olympics in 1964 and again in 1976. Innsbruck is located in Austria and is well known for its alps, which make it a preferred site for winter sports.

For which team did Russian athletes compete with after Russia was banned from the 2016 and 2018 Olympics for sponsoring the use of controlled substances?

  • Greece
  • Italy
  • Independent Olympic Athletes

The Independent Olympic Athletes team has included athletes who have no national team to compete with for a number of reasons, like when Russian got banned temporarily in 2016 and 2018. For this team, the team flag has Olympic rings on a white background.

The Independent Olympic Athletes team has included athletes who have no national team to compete with for a number of reasons, like when Russian got banned temporarily in 2016 and 2018. For this team, the team flag has Olympic rings on a white background.

Which city hosted the 1988 Summer Olympics?

  • Tokyo
  • Seoul
  • Paris

Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson had his gold medal stripped after officials learned he had used steroids before performing in the men’s 100-meter final at the 1988 Summer Olympics. His world record-breaking time was also revoked.

Canadian sprinter Ben Johnson had his gold medal stripped after officials learned he had used steroids before performing in the men’s 100-meter final at the 1988 Summer Olympics. His world record-breaking time was also revoked.

What was the most recent American city to host the Winter Olympics?

  • Salt Lake City
  • Green Bay
  • Los Angeles

In 2002, Salt Lake City hosted the Winter Olympics. The city is the core of the metropolitan area and has an approximate population of 1,222,540.

In 2002, Salt Lake City hosted the Winter Olympics. The city is the core of the metropolitan area and has an approximate population of 1,222,540.

What country hosted the 2018 Winter Olympics?

  • Sweden
  • Norway
  • South Korea

The event was known as PyeongChang 2018 because it was hosted in PyeongChang, South Korea. It was an international multi-sport spectacular event that included 1,680 male and 1,242 female competitors.

The event was known as PyeongChang 2018 because it was hosted in PyeongChang, South Korea. It was an international multi-sport spectacular event that included 1,680 male and 1,242 female competitors.

Why was the Puerto Rican track team’s head coach forced to pull his women’s 4 x 400 relay team out during the 1984 Summer Olympics?

  • Someone tried sabotaging the competitors
  • One of his runners used her twin sister to run the qualifying heat
  • The whole team was drunk

When Madeline de Jesus hurt herself during the long jump, she got her twin sister, Margaret, to run the 4 x 400 qualifying heat for her. When the coach learned of the switcheroo, he was forced to yank the entire team from the Summer Olympics.

When Madeline de Jesus hurt herself during the long jump, she got her twin sister, Margaret, to run the 4 x 400 qualifying heat for her. When the coach learned of the switcheroo, he was forced to yank the entire team from the Summer Olympics.

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