250 x Olympic Games Trivia Pack


250 x Olympic Games Trivia Pack – high quality multiple choice quiz pack including all the iconic moments.

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Olympic Games Trivia Pack

The Olympic Games Trivia Pack is full of amazing multiple choice trivia questions on Olympic Games, moments and stars from the last 50 years.

Take your audience on a trip down memory lane to the iconic Olympic moments from Carl Lewis to Daily Thompson. The pack contains 250 questions.

This trivia pack is an absolute must for any audience that loves sport!

All questions are multiple choice with four answer options and are fully fact checked.

The Olympic quiz pack contains questions on these iconic moments:

Olympic Games Trivia

1. Jesse Owens’ dominance in the 1936 Berlin Olympics: Jesse Owens, an African-American track and field athlete, won four gold medals in the 100m, 200m, long jump, and 4x100m relay, disproving Adolf Hitler’s theory of Aryan racial superiority.

2. The Miracle on Ice (1980): The United States men’s ice hockey team defeated the Soviet Union, who were considered invincible at the time, in a stunning upset during the Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York.

3. Usain Bolt’s record-breaking sprints: Usain Bolt, the Jamaican sprinter, set multiple world records and won numerous gold medals in the 100m, 200m, and 4x100m relay events in the 2008, 2012, and 2016 Summer Olympics.

4. Nadia Comaneci’s perfect 10 (1976): Romanian gymnast Nadia Comaneci became the first gymnast in Olympic history to score a perfect 10.0 in the uneven bars during the Montreal Olympics.

5. Muhammad Ali lighting the Olympic cauldron (1996): Boxing legend Muhammad Ali, who had won a gold medal in the 1960 Olympics, lit the Olympic cauldron during the opening ceremony of the Atlanta Olympics.

6. Cathy Freeman’s symbolic victory (2000): Australian sprinter Cathy Freeman, who is of Aboriginal descent, won the gold medal in the 400m race at the Sydney Olympics, becoming an inspiring symbol of reconciliation and unity for Indigenous Australians.

7. Michael Phelps’ record-breaking medal haul: American swimmer Michael Phelps is the most decorated Olympian of all time, winning a total of 28 medals (23 gold, 3 silver, and 2 bronze) across four Olympic Games from 2004 to 2016.

8. Kerri Strug’s vault (1996): American gymnast Kerri Strug famously injured her ankle during the vault event in the Atlanta Olympics but managed to land her final jump, securing the team’s first-ever gold medal in gymnastics.

9. The Black Power Salute (1968): During the medal ceremony for the 200m race at the Mexico City Olympics, American athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos raised their fists in a black power salute as a protest against racial inequality.

10. Derek Redmond’s courageous finish (1992): British sprinter Derek Redmond tore his hamstring during the 400m semifinals in the Barcelona Olympics but continued to finish the race with the help of his father, creating a powerful and emotional moment.