Olympic is a tribute to the ancient games of Greece with the same name. The original Olympics were held at Olympia every four years. During that period, the passing of time was marked by "Olympiads," which refers to the four-year span between Games and in the modern days we follow the same tradition to mark a tribute to those games.
I'm curios why a bronze medal is not awarded in 100m butterfly swimming Rio 2016 award ceremony. Michael Phelps and two other swimmers got silvers but no bronze was awarded.
Archery was included in the Olympic Games in 1900, 1904, 1908, and 1920, and every time since 1972. Which country has won the most gold medals?
The longest winning streak by any nation at an event in the Olympic Games was set by the USA, between 1896 and 1968. What was the event?