When were the first recorded Olympics held?
Answer: 776 BC
The first recorded Olympics were held in 776 BC. The first known Olympic Games were held in 776 B.C. in Olympia, in the Greek city-state of Elis, however it is widely assumed that the Olympics had been around for at least 500 years at that time. Every four years, the ancient Olympics were staged in conjunction with a religious celebration celebrating the Greek god Zeus.
All the Answers option-wise: D, B, B, A, B
Question 1: Guess this women weightlifter who recently won Silver medal in Tokyo Olympics
Answer: Saikhom Mirabai Chanu
Question 2: Who is the first Indian Fencing player to win a match at Olympics?
Answer: Bhavani Devi
Question 3: When were the first recorded Olympics held?
Answer: 776 BC
Question 4: Which Indian women Gymnast is going to represent India in Tokyo Olympics?
Answer: Pranati Nayak
Question 5: Which among the following sports made its debut at Olympics 2020?
The first Olympic Games took place in 776 BC, when Koroibos, a cook from the adjacent city of Elis, won the stadion race, a 600-foot-long footrace. The Olympia stadium track is depicted here.
In honour of Zeus, the first Olympics were held in 776 BCE on the first full moon following the summer solstice (about the middle of July). Athletes and as many as 40,000 spectators gathered from all over Greece to compete in the Games at Olympia during a three-month pan-Hellenic truce.
The originator of the modern Olympics, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, was a French aristocrat with a massive waxed moustache that hung on his face like a renegade accent mark. The baron declared in 1914 that he had designed