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The modern-day Summer Olympics began in 1896 in Athens, Greece. Every four years, nations compete with their top athletes against one another. Every Summer Olympic Games is here. See if you can get the gold by defeating these quizzes!
130 quizzes and 1,820 trivia questions.
  We'll Walk    
Label Quiz
 10 Qns
Olympic Racewalking Gold Medalists
If you can't beat them running - walk. These athletes have bested the field at Olympic racewalking and some of them even more than once. Match them to their (modern) country and their medal count on the map - and learn a bit about racewalking as well!
Average, 10 Qns, WesleyCrusher, Dec 22 22
WesleyCrusher editor
Dec 22 22
257 plays
  Medals of Gold and their Bearers    
Classification Quiz
 10 Qns
Welcome! In this quiz, you are aksed to identify the sport where each of these ten Olympic athletes won multiple Gold medals in Summer Olympics. Enjoy!
Easier, 10 Qns, DeepHistory, Jan 16 23
DeepHistory gold member
Jan 16 23
265 plays
  The God Days of Summer editor best quiz   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
To sports buffs & mere mortals like me, the Olympics are a piece of heaven. This quiz looks at some the events that represent the good, the bad & the ugly of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul.
Average, 10 Qns, pollucci19, Jul 16 22
pollucci19 gold member
Jul 16 22
232 plays
  The Need for Speed    
Ordering Quiz
 10 Qns
At the conclusion of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics nine women had either equaled or broken the world record for the 100m dash at the Summer Olympics. This quiz identifies that progress. Install the female athlete against the year they achieved this feat.
Average, 10 Qns, pollucci19, Oct 26 22
pollucci19 gold member
Oct 26 22
128 plays
  Taking it to the Limit   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The Olympic motto "Faster, Higher, Stronger" applies to all sports included in the games but among those requiring the most physical exertion are track and field events. Can you identify ten outstanding Olympic athletes?
Average, 10 Qns, CmdrK, Nov 12 13
CmdrK gold member
543 plays
  Olympic Games Firsts   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The first Modern Olympic Games were held in Athens in 1896. Since then the format of the Games has evolved to take shape as we now know them, but do you know what was first introduced at the Games in each of the following years?
Average, 10 Qns, moonraker2, May 01 18
moonraker2 gold member
May 01 18
674 plays
  Lords Leaping: Olympic Long Jump Winners    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Match the winner of Olympic Gold with his nationality.
Easier, 10 Qns, gme24, Dec 20 17
gme24 gold member
Dec 20 17
297 plays
  History of the Summer Olympics    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A lot has happened since the modern Summer Olympic Games were first held in 1896. What do you know about the history of its events, as well as the history of the host cities?
Average, 10 Qns, Lance_the_Red, Oct 04 22
Oct 04 22
198 plays
  Interesting Facts From The Olympics   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz gives you ten interesting facts from the Summer Olympics.
Average, 10 Qns, Creedy, Mar 28 15
Creedy gold member
580 plays
  Year of Olympic Games    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Match the olympic venues to the correct dates from this list- 1896, 1936, 1976, 1980, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000.
Easier, 10 Qns, magicbadger, Dec 26 09
4110 plays
trivia question Quick Question
What American athlete was the first to win an Olympic Gold Medal in four consecutive Summer Olympic Games?

From Quiz "Summer Olympic Games"

  The Early Modern Olympics (1896-1912)    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz covers the early days of the Modern Olympics--the first five regular Olympics and the Intercalated Games of 1906.
Average, 10 Qns, bernie73, Dec 30 15
bernie73 gold member
377 plays
  Name That Olympic Sport    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
How much do you know about the different Olympic sports?
Tough, 10 Qns, chrislee_88, Dec 26 09
2363 plays
  Road Cycling in the Olympics    
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
Road cycling has been a part of the Summer Olympics since 1896, and the Olympic medals recently have acquired a prestige just below the Grand Tours among cyclists. This quiz covers the history of road cycling in the Olympics.
Average, 20 Qns, AyatollahK, Dec 26 09
AyatollahK gold member
420 plays
  Olympic City    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
One year, one city can you tell the name of Olympic city for each years? So let's go
Easier, 10 Qns, henri_IV, Dec 26 09
4091 plays
  Triple Jump Gold Medal Match    
Match Quiz
 15 Qns
There must be some other hop, step and jumpers out in Fun Trivia besides me! Match these jumpers with the year they won gold in the Olympics! Head on down the runway and good luck!
Average, 15 Qns, ghosttowner, Jun 22 18
ghosttowner gold member
Jun 22 18
114 plays
  A-Z Summer Gold Medallists    
Multiple Choice
 25 Qns
Test your knowledge of gold medallists at the Summer Olympic Games since 1948. Most of the athletes are very well known, but there are a few not so famous. Go for Gold!
Tough, 25 Qns, rogerw1nz, Dec 26 09
1084 plays
  Track and Field Olympic Athletes    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
How much do you know about some of the greatest track and field athletes since the Olympics started again in 1896?
Tough, 10 Qns, quizzster, Dec 26 09
489 plays
  Just a Fraction More    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Sprint events, especially the 100 meters, are normally very close. We will examine ten Olympic 100 meter races and some winners and losers that won or lost by just a fraction of a second.
Average, 10 Qns, gme24, Oct 21 18
gme24 gold member
Oct 21 18
245 plays
  Summer Olympic Dates    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In what year were the Summer Olympics held in each of these locations?
Easier, 10 Qns, riderslady79, Mar 09 18
Mar 09 18
3858 plays
  History of the Olympic Decathlon    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz will examine Olympic decathlon history. The two day, ten event competition includes: 100-meter dash; long jump; shot put; high jump; 400-meter run; 110-meter hurdles; discus; pole vault; javelin; & 1500-meter run
Average, 10 Qns, akjay, Jun 02 16
172 plays
  Olympic Marathon Winners    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The Marathon is one of the hardest events in the sport calendar. To win Olympic gold in this event is a great honour. In this quiz we will meet some of the Olympic winners and participants.
Average, 10 Qns, gme24, May 09 14
gme24 gold member
224 plays
  10 Great Olympic Athletes    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz on 10 great Olympic athletes. Have fun!
Average, 10 Qns, N-Bomb, Oct 05 10
1265 plays
  When the Champs are Down    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The Phoenix Rising team love the Olympic Games and follow their country's teams avidly. Unfortunately, sometimes their star athlete came second. You just need to identify the runner up!
Average, 10 Qns, VegemiteKid, Feb 09 19
VegemiteKid gold member
Feb 09 19
110 plays
  Questions on The Summer Olympics    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Back before the days of ESPN and round the clock sports and millionaire athletes, the summer Olympics was a very special event. I've come up with a few questions based on my Olympic memories and some stories I've read over the years.
Tough, 10 Qns, markr_1, Dec 26 09
683 plays
  Croquet to Racquets: Unique Olympic Sports    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Match the name of the unusual Olympic event with the description of the event.
Average, 10 Qns, bernie73, May 03 19
bernie73 gold member
May 03 19
130 plays
  Modern Summer Olympics    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A short quiz about the Modern Summer Olympic Games.
Tough, 10 Qns, delan1, Dec 26 09
871 plays
  Tennis in Olympics    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
A quiz to test how much you know about the beautiful game and its association with the Olympic Games. Have fun and do not let the questions ace you!
Average, 15 Qns, srini701, Dec 26 09
srini701 gold member
559 plays
  Summer Olympics: Being First May Not Mean Gold    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
First place or being first at the Olympics may not necessarily mean being awarded a gold medal. See if you can identify some of these Olympic firsts.
Tough, 10 Qns, zambesi, Aug 20 16
303 plays
  The Ultimate Summer Olympic Games Quiz    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
For fans of the Summer Olympic Games, you should know these facts.
Average, 10 Qns, rickyd0361, Dec 26 09
959 plays
  Olympic Swimming    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
To all those enthusiastic swimming buffs out there who love trivia.
Tough, 10 Qns, zambesi, Sep 29 11
299 plays
  Soccer in the Olympic Games    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Try to remember all that information you read every four years, or even better, what you have watched through the years of Olympic Soccer competition.
Tough, 10 Qns, MarioH, Dec 26 09
317 plays
  Olympic Medalists: Women    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Life is tough, and so is this quiz about successfull female Olympic athletes. But you can handle it! Have fun!
Average, 10 Qns, Kurf, Dec 26 09
2205 plays
  Olympics: Cycling    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Woohoo! The Sydney 2000 Olympics have been and gone! I hope you had fun watching the different sports. Here's a quiz on Olympic cycling events.
Tough, 10 Qns, peche, May 10 09
601 plays
  Olympic Facts    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
Just some facts about the modern era Summer Olympic Games. So how much do you think you know? Mostly multiple choice.
Difficult, 15 Qns, Engadine, Dec 26 09
936 plays
  Olympic Games    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Sydney Olympics were held in 2000.
Tough, 10 Qns, bobniak14, Dec 26 09
2244 plays
  10 Summer Olympic Games Questions    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A challenging quiz for the Olympic affectionado! Enjoy!
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, kazmarnica, Oct 13 11
Very Difficult
375 plays
  The Summer Olympics    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is quite a mixture of traditions and events at the Olympics.
Difficult, 10 Qns, zambesi, Nov 24 11
444 plays
  Olympic Medallists: Men    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
You know everything you need to know about the Olympics? Try yourself and go for the gold! Have fun and enjoy the Games!
Tough, 10 Qns, Kurf, Mar 03 23
Mar 03 23
1219 plays
  Summer Olympic Games Test Your Knowledge    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz will test your overall knowledge of Olympic events.
Difficult, 10 Qns, zambesi, Apr 21 11
320 plays

Olympic Summer Games Trivia Questions

1. Though coming from Kansas, one Phoenix Rising member has the nickname 'Tacobowler'. He follows Mexican sport with alacrity and was very excited when which race-walker won the silver in Rio de Janeiro, in 2016?

From Quiz
When the Champs are Down

Answer: Lupita González

The silver medals in Rio contained 30% recycled materials. Lupita (real name María Guadalupe González Romero) was the silver medallist but subsequently won the IAAF Race Walking Challenge. She was born in Tlalnepantla, Mexico, and though a favourite to win in Rio, suffered in the humid conditions and was unable to achieve gold. _________________________

2. In the 2016 Olympics the 100 meter winner for men was the Jamaican athlete Usain Bolt with 9.81 seconds. Who came second by a margin of 0.08 seconds?

From Quiz Just a Fraction More

Answer: Justin Gatlin

American Justin Gatlin was second and was 0.02 faster than Canadian Andre de Grasse. The Canadian was in turn 0.02 seconds faster than Jamaican Yohan Blake who finished just 0.01 seconds ahead of South African Akani Simbine. Fine margins indeed. Usain Bolt also won gold in the 200 meters race.

3. At which Olympic Games was the first time we saw athletes parading together at the closing ceremony, regardless of nationality?

From Quiz Summer Olympics: Being First May Not Mean Gold

Answer: Melbourne (1956)

It was at the Melbourne Olympics in 1956 that a letter from a 17 year old Australian schoolboy (John Ian Wing) suggested to the International Olympic Committee (IOC) that athletes should enter the closing ceremony as one nation. His letter suggested that war, politics and nationalities should be forgotten. This tradition has generally been maintained ever since.

4. The first Olympiad in the modern era to include a decathlon was the 1904 Olympics in St Louis. The gold medal was won by Tom Keily and the seven competitors came from just two countries. Identify the two countries participating.

From Quiz History of the Olympic Decathlon

Answer: Ireland and USA

This competition was noteworthy because all ten events took place on the same day. Great Britain offered Keily a free trip if he would represent Great Britain. Keily elected to pay his own way and competed for Ireland.

5. The first Modern Olympics in 1896 did not award gold medals to the first place finishers in an event. Instead, a first place win got you a silver medal and a branch. Which type of branch?

From Quiz The Early Modern Olympics (1896-1912)

Answer: Olive Branch

It was surprising to find out the winner received a silver medal and a olive branch and the runners-up got a bronze medal and a laurel branch. I would have thought the laurel would have a higher rank (as in the "laurels of victory"). Retroactively assigning gold, silver, and bronze to the top three finishers, the United States had the largest number of gold medals but Greece had the largest number of medals overall.

6. The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens in 1896. No world records were set on the track events. Why was this?

From Quiz Interesting Facts From The Olympics

Answer: The curves of the track were too tight

Achieving fast times in the running events was almost impossible in these Olympics because the elongated shape of the track featured extremely tight corners at either ends. Other interesting facts from these Olympics include the following. The crouch start was used for the first time in running, and an Australian, Edwin Flack, who'd gone along to watch the games, decided instead to run in the 800 and the 1,500 meters - and won both.

7. The first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens in 1896. Appropriately, who was the winner of the Marathon?

From Quiz Olympic Marathon Winners

Answer: Spyridon Louis

The route of the first Marathon was between the city of Marathon and the Panathinaiko Stadium in Athens. The distance was 40 km and the winner posted a time of just under three hours (2:58:50). Spyridon Louis was an instant national hero and the Olympic stadium in Athens (built for the 2004 Olympics) bears his name. Another Greek, Kharilaos Vasilakos, finished in second place and Hungarian Gyula Kellner in third. Australian Edwin Flack and American Arthur Blake did not finish the race.

8. The 1900 Summer Olympics were held in Paris. What 'first' can be attributed to these games?

From Quiz Olympic Games Firsts

Answer: Women were allowed to participate.

Charlotte Cooper of Great Britain became the first female Olympic champion by winning the ladies' tennis singles title, when beating Helene Prevost of France 6-1, 7-5. To add to that she also won the mixed doubles title 6-2, 6-4, partnering Reggie Doherty. Born in 1870, Charlotte also became Wimbledon Ladies Singles champion on five separate occasions, winning her fifth and final title in 1908 at the remarkable age of thirty seven. In 1961 at the age of ninety, she flew down from her home in Scotland to Wimbledon, to attend a luncheon marking the seventy-fifth year of the championships. Five years later in 1966 she died at the age of ninety-six.

9. Prior to the 1968 Olympics, Mark Spitz held the World record for the 100m Butterfly and had beaten the eventual winner of this Olympic event 10 times in that year. Who beat Mark for gold in the 1968 Olympics in the 100m Butterfly?

From Quiz Olympic Swimming

Answer: Doug Russell (USA)

Doug Russell also went on to win gold in the 4 x 100m Medley Relay. Don Schollander was a 5-time gold medalist over 2 Olympics. Kevin Berry won gold in the 200m Butterfly in Tokyo, and Mike Wenden won gold in the 100m and 200m freestyle in 1968.

10. Carl Lewis won Gold in which event at four consecutive Olympics?

From Quiz The Summer Olympics

Answer: Long Jump

He won the Long Jump from 1984 to 1996 (Los Angeles, Seoul, Barcelona and Atlanta).

11. Which virtually unknown Olympic athlete won 10 gold medals in discontinued Olympic events?

From Quiz 10 Great Olympic Athletes

Answer: Ray Ewry

Ewry won 10 gold medals, and specialised in standing jump, since abolished from the Games. He won medals in standing long jump, standing high jump, and standing triple jump. He developed the strength in his legs when he was in a wheelchair with polio.

12. The first Olympics in 1896 included one road cycling event. Which one was it?

From Quiz Road Cycling in the Olympics

Answer: Men's Road Race

The 1896 Athens Olympics included a Men's Road Race won by a Greek, Aristidis Konstantinidis. At that time, bicycle design had been standardized for about 10 years, but the first Tour de France was still seven years in the future. After that, though, road cycling didn't return to the Olympics until 1912.

13. Which sport would you be playing if you are using the 'penhold' grip?

From Quiz Name That Olympic Sport

Answer: Table tennis

The penhold grip is appropriately named as it resembles how a pen is held. Their are various styles of penhold grips, including the Chinese penhold and Japanese penhold. The alternative grip is the shakehand, once again appropriately named as it resembles how you would perform a hand shake.

14. Who won the gold medals in the 400 meter hurdles in both 1976 and 1984, and also won a bronze medal in the two-man bobsled in 1990?

From Quiz Track and Field Olympic Athletes

Answer: Edwin Moses & Moses

Edwin Moses won 107 consecutive finals and 122 consecutive races from 1977 through 1987. He set the world record in the 400 meter hurdles four different times. He also won the Jesse Owens award in 1981, the James E Sullivan American Athlete Award in 1983, and the Sportsman of the Year Award in 1984.

15. What American athlete was the first to win an Olympic Gold Medal in four consecutive Summer Olympic Games?

From Quiz Summer Olympic Games

Answer: Al Oerter

Al Oerter set an Olympic record with each Gold Medal. Al won the men's discus gold medal at the 1956 Melbourne, 1960 Rome, 1964 Tokyo and 1968 Mexico City Summer Olympic Games. Billy Mills won the mens 10,000 meters gold medal at the 1964 Tokyo Summer Olympic Games. Steve Prefontaine particpated in the men's 5000 meter race at the 1972 Munich Summer Olympic Games, but only finished fourth, and was killed in a tragic car accident a year before the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympic Games. Frank Shorter won the Gold Medal in the Men's Marathon at the 1972 Munich Summer Olympic Games, and a silver medal in the Men's Marathon at the 1976 Montreal Summer Olympic Games.

16. When were the Olympic Games revived?

From Quiz Modern Summer Olympics

Answer: 1896

The Games were revived in the early 1890s by Pierre Fredy, the Baron de Coubertin, a French nobleman. The first modern Olympics were held in Athens in 1896.

17. Some runners have won the men's marathon in consecutive Olympics. The first was Abebe Bikila in 1960 and 1964. Who was the second?

From Quiz The Summer Olympics

Answer: Waldemar Cierpinski

Bikila ran barefoot during his Rome win in 1960. Cierpinski's wins came in 1976 and 1980. His victory in Munich in 1972 prevented Frank Shorter from achieving back to back marathon wins. Shorter had to settle for the silver medal.

18. Not many people know that tennis was one of the original nine sports in the modern Olympic Games at Athens in 1896. Who was the winner of the first ever modern Olympic gold medal in tennis?

From Quiz Tennis in Olympics

Answer: John Boland

John Boland of Ireland, later to become a British Member of Parliament, defeated Dionysios Kasdaglis of Greece to become the first Olympic tennis champion. The other three mentioned here are all early Wimbledon champions.

19. A: The winner of the men's singles at Atlanta 1996 wed fellow tennis player Steffi Graf in 2002? Who is he?

From Quiz A-Z Summer Gold Medallists

Answer: Andre Agassi & Agassi

The first Grand Slam champion (seven titles to 2003) to win Olympic gold, Andre Agassi beat Sergi Bruguera of Spain 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 in the final. Steffi Graf won the women's singles at Seoul in 1988, and was silver medallist four years later in Barcelona.

20. Which country was the first to win the Gold Medal twice in the Olympic Soccer Tournament?

From Quiz Soccer in the Olympic Games

Answer: Great Britain

The British won back-to-back tournaments against the same opponent, Denmark, in 1908 and 1912.

21. What was the first year cycling was an Olympic sport?

From Quiz Olympics: Cycling

Answer: 1896

Cycling is one of only five sports that have been in every modern Olympics. The others are fencing, gymnastics, athletics, and swimming.

22. How many Olympic medals did Paavo Nurmi win?

From Quiz Olympic Medallists: Men

Answer: 12

Nurmi was from Finland.

23. 1968 Olympics were played where?

From Quiz Olympic City

Answer: Mexico City

24. Where were the 2000 Olympics held?

From Quiz Olympic Games

Answer: Sydney

25. When were the Summer Olympics held in Tokyo, Japan?

From Quiz Summer Olympic Dates

Answer: 1964

26. Which Australian swimmer, well known for winning a gold medal for the same event at three consecutive Olympic Games, started her Olympic career with a silver medal in 400 metres freestyle event at the 1956 Summer Olympic Games in Melbourne.

From Quiz When the Champs are Down

Answer: Dawn Fraser

Dawn Fraser was a controversial character who was as well known for her touch of larrikinism as she was for her prowess in the pool. One of the highlights of her career was winning the gold medal for the women's 100 metre freestyle event at the Olympics in 1956, 1960 and 1964. Despite this glittering array she proved she was fallible by being relegated to second spot in her first event, the 400 metres freestyle. Dawn's Olympic career ended after the Tokyo games in 1964 with a trophy cabinet that boasted four Olympic golds (the fourth was in the 4 x 100 metres freestyle relay) and four silver medals, the other three were all relay medals. Pheonix Rising member, Pollucci19, VegemteKid, 1nn1 and ozzz2002 had great pleasure supporting Dawn into second place.

27. In the 2016 Olympics the 100 meter winner for women was the Jamaican athlete Elaine Thomson with 10.71 seconds. Who came second by a margin of 0.12 seconds?

From Quiz Just a Fraction More

Answer: Tori Bowie

Tori Bowie of the United States finished in second place beating Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce of Jamaica into third place by 0.03 seconds. Another Jamaican athlete, Christania Williams, finished in fourth place with the same time as Fraser-Pryce. Asha Philip and Desiree Henry both from Great Britain were eliminated in the semi finals. Elaine Thomson also won gold in the 200 meters race.

28. Who finished first in the men's 400m freestyle event at the 1972 Olympics, but is not credited with the gold medal?

From Quiz Summer Olympics: Being First May Not Mean Gold

Answer: Rick DeMont (USA)

Rick DeMont was originally awarded the gold medal but a few days later he was disqualified due to taking the drug ephedrine, which at the time was illegal. Prior to the games he had informed the USA swimming authorities that he was taking the drug due to his asthmatic attacks, but they failed to inform the IOC. Brad Cooper was then awarded the gold medal, Steve Genter the silver and Tom McBreen the bronze medal.

29. The 1912 Olympics were held in Stockholm and the gold medal winner was an American who was later stripped of the medal because of questions regarding his amateur status. Who was this exceptional all around athlete?

From Quiz History of the Olympic Decathlon

Answer: Jim Thorpe

The movement to reinstate Thorpe's performance and records began in 1914 and were not successful in his lifetime. On October 13, 1982, the IOC lifted the ban against Thorpe, his name was returned to the record books, and the medals were presented to his children the following year. Jim Thorpe played both professional baseball and football between 1915 and 1928 and was recognized by the Associated Press as the greatest athlete of the first half of the century. Thorpe's 1912 performance was so impressive it would have earned him the silver medal in the 1948 Olympics.

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