Interesting Question of the Day – 17 May 2017

This is Eddie Eagan.

He is the only person to win a gold medal in both the summer and winter Olympics in different sports.

His winter gold came in the four man bobsled.

In what sport did he win his summer gold?

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Interesting Question of the Day – 15 May 2017

If he were to swim at his personal best pace for the 400m freestyle, how long would it take Ian Thorpe to swim from Australia to New Zealand?

In case you want to clarify, we will assume that he swims on a straight line from Bondi Beach in Sydney to Manukau Heads in Auckland, and doesn’t get put off course by currents or attacked by sharks or have to stop for meals.  (Yes, we know this is wildly impractical.  We also don’t care.)

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Interesting Question of the Day – 14 April 2017

We’re capping of this week of asking about Olympic Gold Medal winning countries by asking about the country that has won the most Olympic Gold Medals by GDP.

By this, we mean the most gold medals per $1 Billion of their current GDP.

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Interesting Question of the Day – 12 April 2017

On Monday we asked about the country that has won the most Olympic Gold Medals per capita.

Now we want to know which country has won the fewest Olympic Gold Medals per capita?

(We’re only counting countries that have won at least one gold medal.

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