Tony Azevedo Has The Answers, But Test Your Own Olympic Knowledge

‘How much do you really know about the Olympics?’

NBC Olympics asked that question of several 2016 Olympians via video this week, including diver David Boudia and water polo player Tony Azevedo. Turns out Tony is the man with (most of) the answers to such fact-checking inquiries as ‘What year were the first modern Olympics held and where?’ and ‘Which 2 events were added for Rio 2016?’

Put your own knowledge to the test against the fun, yet tough questions to find out how much you know about the event whose 2016 version kicks off just 20 days from now in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Years of Plain Suck

The events of the modern pentathlon should be:

1) swimming,
2) running,
3) cycling,
4) doing 10 minutes of standup comedy, and,
5) writing a usable software program.

Cynthia mae Curran

Greece, around 1896 or 1898.

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