3.How much is one gold medal worth, if say, you were to melt it down and sell it?
Answer: Okay, this is kind of drama but the Tokyo gold medals aren't even PURELY GOLD. They are mostly silver with gold plating!! So based off the math I just did going off the current price of gold and silver, one "gold" medal is worth like, 800 dollars, rounding up.
4.Were all the olympians required to be vaccinated?
9.What's the sport called that like Shot Put but with a string attached?
Answer: It's the hammer throw. It looks nothing like a hammer so I was like...why? But according to this website about the origins of the game, "A 16th century drawing shows King Henry VIII throwing a blacksmith’s sledgehammer, the implement from which the event derived its name." I believe the name should now be changed to shotput on a string though since that's basically what it is.