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Sports culture

Sports culture The development of sport is in direct connection with the development of human history, which can show significant social changes that have taken place over the centuries in different cultures. The concept of sport should be seen as an activity involving basic human, physical and mental abilities, aiming to improve these skills to be used more effectively, and suggests that sport is probably as old as human intelligence. We invite you to test you knowledge in sports culture by solving this test!

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?