Olympics Quiz

(This quiz is about modern Olympics, particularly summer Olympics.)

Olympics Quiz Questions

Athletics Pictogram, for Userbox purpose (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) What is the motto of Olympics?
a) Citius, Altius, Fortius
b) Veni, Vedi, Veci
c) Semper idem
d) Cogito ergo sum

2) What is the meaning of the motto of Olympics?
a) Equality, Liberty, Fraternity
b) Faster, Stronger, Higher
c) Meek, Humble, Gentle
d) Purity, Duty, Chastity

3) What do the five rings on Olympic flag represent?
a) Fingers
b) Toes
c) Continents
d) Oceans

Pictograms of Olympic sports – Boxing (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

4) What is the duration of Olympics excluding days of opening and closing ceremonies?
a) 10 days
b) 14 days
c) 21 days
d) 28 days

5) Where is the Olympic torch lit?
a) IOC Headquarters
b) Olympia
c) Buckingham Palace
d) White House

6) What is the frequency of Olympics?
a) Once in three years
b) Once in four years
c) Once in six years
d) Once in eight years

Pictograms of Olympic sports – Canoeing (slalom) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7) Who established the Olympic Charter?
a) Pierre Trudeau
b) Pierre de Coubertin
c) Jesse Owens
d) Edwin Moses

8) What are the colours of Olympic rings?
a) Violet, indigo, orange, purple and scarlet
b) Blue, yellow, black, green, and red
c) Sky blue and navy blue
d) Gold, white and crimson

9) Against what background Olympic rings appear?
a) White
b) Brown
c) Grey
d) Lavendar

10) On what basis were the colours of Olympic rings chosen?
a) Primary colours
b) Secondary colours
c) At least one of those colours appears in the national flag of every country.
d) Colours of the products of sponsors

Olympics Quiz Questions with Answers

Citius altius fortius (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) What is the motto of Olympics?
a) Citius, Altius, Fortius

2) What is the meaning of the motto of Olympics?
b) Faster, Stronger, Higher

3) What do the five rings on Olympic flag represent?
c) Continents

4) What is the duration of Olympics excluding days of opening and closing ceremonies?
b) 14 days

Baron Pierre de Coubertin, half-length portrait, standing, facing front (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

5) Where is the Olympic torch lit?
b) Olympia

6) What is the frequency of Olympics?
b) Once in four years

7) Who established the Olympic Charter?
b) Pierre de Coubertin

8) What are the colours of Olympic rings?
b) Blue, yellow, black, green, and red

9) Against what background Olympic rings appear?
a) White

10) On what basis were the colours of Olympic rings chosen?
c) At least one of those colours appears in the national flag of every country.

The Olympic Rings, the symbol of the modern Olympic Games , inspired by Pierre de Coubertin (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
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Originally posted 2008-05-04 10:25:45. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Updated: July 26, 2016 — 9:54 pm

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