Sports·Posted on Aug 2, 2016How Much Do You Actually Know About The Olympics?Would you medal in trivia or nah?by Julie GersteinBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink The first modern Olympic games were held in what year? Wikimedia.org 1898 Correct Incorrect 1898 1896 Correct Incorrect 1896 1900 Correct Incorrect 1900 1904 Correct Incorrect 1904 Correct! Wrong! 1896. The first modern Olympics were held in 1896 in Athens, Greece. What sport WASN'T part of the first Olympics in ancient Greece? Getty Images Handball Correct Incorrect Handball Boxing Correct Incorrect Boxing Equestrian events Correct Incorrect Equestrian events Wrestling Correct Incorrect Wrestling Correct! Wrong! Handball. Handball was first introduced as sport in Scandinavia and Germany in the 19th century and was first became a part of the Games in 1936. Via olympic.org When was the first Winter Olympics? Getty Images / Keystone-France 1904 Correct Incorrect 1904 1908 Correct Incorrect 1908 1916 Correct Incorrect 1916 1924 Correct Incorrect 1924 Correct! Wrong! 1924. The first winter games weren't actually until 1924. Via Getty Images / Keystone-France What gymnast scored the first perfect ten? Getty Images Mary Lou Retton Correct Incorrect Mary Lou Retton Nadia Comăneci Correct Incorrect Nadia Comăneci Dominique Dawes Correct Incorrect Dominique Dawes Nellie Kim Correct Incorrect Nellie Kim Correct! Wrong! Nadia Comăneci Comăneci received a perfect 10 at the Montreal Olympics in 1976, a score so unheard of at the time, the scoreboards literally couldn't properly display it. Via Getty Images How many countries have never medaled in the Olympics? Getty Images 80 Correct Incorrect 80 76 Correct Incorrect 76 88 Correct Incorrect 88 73 Correct Incorrect 73 Correct! Wrong! 73. Seventy-three countries, out of 202 that have competed, still haven't won a medal, including Bolivia, Bangladesh, Gambia, and Fiji. Via Getty Images True or false: No one has ever medaled in both summer and winter games. Getty Images True Correct Incorrect True False Correct Incorrect False Correct! Wrong! False Actually, four athletes managed to medal in both the summer and winter games. The most notable was East German Christa Luding-Rothenburger, who did it in the SAME YEAR. She won gold in speed skating in 1984. In 1888, she took home silver and bronze medals in speed skating at the winter games, and another silver at the summer games in match sprint cycling. She also won a bronze in 1992. Other athletes who've medaled in both summer and winter games include Eddie Eagan (USA), who won a gold in boxing in 1920 and then went on to win a gold in the four-man bobsled in 1932; Jacob Tullin Thams (Norway), who won gold in ski-jumping in 1924 and a silver in yachting in 1936; and Clara Hughes (Canada), who won two bronze medals in cycling in 1996 and then went on to win a bronze medal in speed skating in 2002. Via Wikipedia Who WASN'T a member of the 2012 women's gymnastics "Dream Team"? prezi.com Gabby Douglas Correct Incorrect Gabby Douglas McKayla Maroney Correct Incorrect McKayla Maroney Kyla Ross Correct Incorrect Kyla Ross Nastia Liukin Correct Incorrect Nastia Liukin Aly Raisman Correct Incorrect Aly Raisman Correct! Wrong! Nastia Liukin. Liukin actually competed in the 2008 games! How old was the oldest Olympian to compete in the Olympics? commons.wikimedia.org 63 Correct Incorrect 63 54 Correct Incorrect 54 72 Correct Incorrect 72 80 Correct Incorrect 80 Correct! Wrong! 72. Oscar Swahn, from Sweden, was 72 and 281 days old when he won a silver medal in the 1920 Olympics. The sport? A shooting competition called running deer. He also competed in the 1908 and 1912 games. Via commons.wikimedia.org Which Olympian has won the most Olympic medals in history? Getty Images Biathlete Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NORWAY) Correct Incorrect Biathlete Ole Einar Bjørndalen (NORWAY) Gymnast Nadia Comăneci (ROMANIA) Correct Incorrect Gymnast Nadia Comăneci (ROMANIA) Swimmer Michael Phelps (USA) Correct Incorrect Swimmer Michael Phelps (USA) Gymnast Larisa Latynina (USSR) Correct Incorrect Gymnast Larisa Latynina (USSR) Correct! Wrong! MIchael Phelps Phelps is the most accomplished Olympian of all time, with 22 Olympic medals. Gymnast Larisa Latynina has won the most individual medals — 14. Via Sports Illustrated What do the five Olympic rings stand for? Getty Images The five pillars of Olympic values — charity, sportsmanship, competition, compassion, and grace. Correct Incorrect The five pillars of Olympic values — charity, sportsmanship, competition, compassion, and grace. The five original countries that competed in the Olympics Correct Incorrect The five original countries that competed in the Olympics The five original sports that made up the original Olympic competitions. Correct Incorrect The five original sports that made up the original Olympic competitions. The five continents that compete in the Olympics. Correct Incorrect The five continents that compete in the Olympics. Correct! Wrong! The five continents that compete in the Olympics. Pierre de Frédy designed the Olympic rings to denote the five continents that compete in the games — he lumped North and South America together. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Via Getty Images Which one of these was never an Olympic sport? Getty Images Tug of war Correct Incorrect Tug of war Roller hockey Correct Incorrect Roller hockey Squash Correct Incorrect Squash Pigeon shooting Correct Incorrect Pigeon shooting Correct! Wrong! Squash. Hard to believe that pigeon shooting used to be a part of the games while the relatively innocuous sport of squash hasn't ever been played in Olympic competition. Via Wikimedia.com Who is the fastest runner to ever compete at the Olympics? Getty Images Florence Griffith Joyner Correct Incorrect Florence Griffith Joyner Ben Johnson Correct Incorrect Ben Johnson Carl Lewis Correct Incorrect Carl Lewis Usain Bolt Correct Incorrect Usain Bolt Correct! Wrong! Usain Bolt. Usain Bolt broke the world records in the 100-meter and 200-meter races at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Via google.com What city has hosted the Olympic games the most times? Getty Images London, UK Correct Incorrect London, UK Athens, Greece Correct Incorrect Athens, Greece Los Angeles, California Correct Incorrect Los Angeles, California Mexico City, Mexico Correct Incorrect Mexico City, Mexico Montreal, Quebec, Canada Correct Incorrect Montreal, Quebec, Canada Correct! Wrong! London. London's hosted the Olympics on three separate occasions — in 1908, 1948, and 2012. What year did the U.S. boycott the Olympics? Getty Images 1936 Correct Incorrect 1936 1940 Correct Incorrect 1940 1976 Correct Incorrect 1976 1980 Correct Incorrect 1980 The U.S. has never boycotted the Olympics. Correct Incorrect The U.S. has never boycotted the Olympics. Correct! Wrong! 1980. President Jimmy Carter initiated a boycott of the Summer Olympic games, held in Moscow, to protest the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union. Mollie Shafer-Schweig / Via BuzzFeed The Opening Ceremony begins Friday, August 5th, at 730/630C on NBC. Click here for more Olympics content! 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