Question 1 from 10: What is the Olympic sport where women and men can participate in the competition together, with no masculine and feminine evidence?
Question 2 from 10: In 1891, physicist James Naismith invented a new sport. What was this sport called?
Question 3 from 10: In both, football and volleyball, a common term is used to designate a post on which a player plays with defensive atributions. What is this term?
Question 4 from 10: What is the name of the only country in the world to win the Olympic Winter Olympics, but has no medals at the Summer Olympics?
Question 5 from 10: Who invented and developed well-known judo, relying on older martial arts, especially jiu-jitsu?
Question 6 from 10: The modern pentatlon consist of five sports samples and was inspired by the specific training of nineteenth-century cavalry officers. Who invented the modern pentathlon?
Question 7 from 10: Four of the pentatlon samples are: shooting, scarf, riding and rugby on rugged terrain. What is the fifth test?
Question 8 from 10: What is the number of players that make up a baseball team?
Question 9 from 10: Where did the first Winter Olympics in 1924 took place?
Question 10 from 10: Where did the first Winter Olympics in 1924 took place?