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When his opponent — and hometown hero — was awarded the decision at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, whose American boxer was the victim of “The Biggest Fix in Olympic History,” according to “The Daily Beast”?
Roy Jones, Jr.
In which year did Mike Eruzione play for the United States Olympic men’s hockey team that won gold at the Winter Olympics?
A Georgian athlete, Nodar Kumaritashvili, died in an accident at the start of the 2010 Winter Olympics. What is his sport?
The 1972 Winter Olympics were the first to be held outside of Europe or North America, and they were hosted at this city.
After testing positive with darbepoetin alfa, Olga Danilova, Johann Mhlegg, and Larisa Lazutina all forfeited medals in this event at the 2002 Winter Olympics. What sport were they in?
After the 1980 Winter Olympics, the athlete lodging at this location was converted into a state jail.
Bribery charges have been filed against two officials who lobbied for this city to host the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Salt Lake City
This 2006 Winter Olympian from the United States was the first black athlete to win an individual gold medal at the Winter Games.
What is the most recent American site to host the Winter Olympics?
Salt Lake City
Why was slalom skier and potential gold medallist Karl Schranz disqualified from the 1968 Winter Olympics in Grenoble, France?
He missed two gates.
He claimed Jean-Claude Killy ran out in front of him.
He hit Jean-Claude Killy with his ski pole.
He claimed a course patrolman ran out in front of him.
What is the name of the 1988 Summer Olympics gold medallist in the men’s 100-meter dash who was notably deprived of his medal after testing positive for prohibited drugs?
In 2013, a South African sprinter known as “Blade Runner” was convicted of killing his girlfriend.
At the 1988 Winter Olympics, who is the legendary figure skater won gold in men’s singles?
Hayes Alan Jenkins
At the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, what illegal maneuver did figure skater Surya Bonaly memorably pull off – and get fined for?
She did a 360 spin.
She played air guitar.
She did a backflip.
She sang a song.
After it was proven that she was doping, which track star was compelled to surrender her gold medals at the 2000 Sydney Olympics?
The Olympics were held in this state capital in 1996, and it has the largest metro population of any US state capital.
New York City, NY
Ryan Lochte, an American swimmer, and three other competitors fraudulently claimed they were robbed at gunpoint during the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. What did actually happen?
They vandalized a gas station bathroom and were caught by security.
They tried to dine and dash at a five star restaurant
Lochte caught peeing in the swimming pool.
They really robbed a random citizen at gunpoint.
Which United States team did Tim Burke represent at the 2018 Winter Olympics?
Lindsey Vonn, a two-time Winter Olympic medalist, had previously been involved with which of these athletes?
Following their elimination from the 1998 Winter Olympics, American men’s hockey players vandalized the Athletes’ Village, causing damage to chairs, fire extinguishers, walls, and flooring.
Mary Lou Retton
The Winter Olympics have been held in both Calgary and this city in Canada.
This American city was chosen to host the 1976 Winter Olympics.
At the Olympics, this country has seven of the top ten fastest marathon times ever recorded, including the 2016 Rio Games gold medalist Eliud.
Central African Republic
Why was the Puerto Rican track team’s head coach compelled to withdraw his women’s 4 x 400 relay squad from the 1984 Summer Olympics?
They got food poisoning at the Olympic Village.
One of his runners had her twin sister run the qualifying heat for her.
His runners’ shoes were modified to hide syringes.
Three of his four runners showed up drunk for the final.
Why was Boris Onishchenko of the Soviet Union disqualified from the 1976 Montreal Olympics?
He poked an official in the back with his weapon.
He rigged his weapon so it would register touches without him actually making contact.
He used cocaine to outpace his opponents.
He poked another fencer in the eye.
What team did Russian athletes who had not used performance-enhancing drugs compete for after Russia was banned from the 2016 and 2018 Olympics due to state-sponsored doping?
Independent Olympic Athletes
They competed for the respective host cities
At the 2000 Sydney Olympics, why was the women’s gymnastics vault event redone?
All the participants were doping.
The vault was set at an incorrect height.
The vault had been greased as a prank.
The scoreboard malfunctioned
Scott Hamilton became which number American to win the gold medal in men’s singles figure skating at the 1984 Winter Olympics?
One of the most memorable pictures of the twentieth century was John Carlos and Tommie Smith’s black power salute from the medals podium at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Where were these Olympics held?
At the 1988 Winter Olympics, what Canadian city Brian Boitano won gold in men’s singles figure skating?
Sarajevo was a part of which country when it hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics?
At the 1998 Winter Olympics, Chris Chelios, the captain of the US men’s team in this sport, compensated for the damages his colleagues made in the Athletes’ Village. What sport was Chris Cheilos the captain of?
After being beaten in the knee by a hitman hired by rival skater Tonya Harding’s ex-husband, how did figure skater Nancy Kerrigan do in the 1994 Olympics?
She won the bronze medal.
She won the gold medal.
She won the silver medal.
She didn’t compete.
The disqualification of Kim Dong-Sung in the men’s 1500 meter short-track speed skating final enabled this American to win gold at the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Apolo Anton Ohno
In which Winter Olympics did figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi win the gold medal in ladies’ singles?
At the 1972 Munich Olympics, whose country’s delegation was the target of a terrorist assault that killed 11 athletes?
Kazimierz Kay-Skrzypecki died while training for the 1964 Winter Olympics. What is the sport?
“The Flying Tomato” is the nickname for this Winter Olympic gold champion. What is the name of this athlete?
Which country has hosted the Winter Olympics in the past in which Oslo and Lilliehammer are some of its Olympic sites?
In which year did Adolf Hitler launch the Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany?