81% of people can't name all these sports that are in the Olympics from one image. Can you?

By: Craig
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The modern Olympics began in 1896, with 241 athletes from 14 countries participating in 43 events. Oh, how the Olympics have grown. Now, over 13,000 athletes compete in the Summer and Winter Olympics, in 33 sports and almost 400 events - and those numbers continue to grow. Do you fancy yourself an Olympic expert? Take this quiz and see how many sports you can name.

Archery first appeared at the Olympics in 1900. Since 1984, South Korea has dominated the sport, winning 23 out of 34 gold medals on offer.

Badminton only appeared in the Olympics for the first time in 1992, at the Barcelona games. It was featured as a demonstration sport in Munich in 1972.

The founder of the modern Olympics, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, created this event, especially for the games. It includes five events - fencing, shooting, swimming, show jumping and cross-country running. It first took place at the Stockholm games of 1912.

Roller Hockey was a demonstration sport at the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona. It has not been featured again since.

Basketball started as an Olympic event in 1936 for men, and in 1976 for women. The US has dominated the event, winning 15 Olympic gold medals over the years. Perhaps the most famous US team was 1992's Dream Team, filled with NBA stars.

After an introduction to the Olympics as a demonstration sport at the 1992 games, Beach Volleyball became a full Olympic event in 1996 in Atlanta. Brazil dominates the sport, either winning gold or silver in the men's and women's events ever since, except 2008.

Boxing has been an event at every Olympic Games since 1904, except for Stockholm in 1912. It did not take place because the sport was banned in Sweden at the time.

Ever present at the Olympics since 1936, there are two disciplines to canoeing/kayaking - sprint and slalom.

Not yet an Olympic event, climbing will be added to the 2020 Olympics, to be held in Tokyo. Medal winners will be ranked based on a combined score from sport climbing, bouldering, and speed climbing.

There is a range of cycling disciplines at the Olympics, including track and road cycling, BMX, and mountain biking.

Diving has been ever present at the Olympics since 1904. It consists of the 3m springboard and 10m platform events for individuals and teams.

There are three equestrian disciplines - dressage, eventing, and jumping. Germany is the most successful country in the event, winning 25 gold medals as of 2016.

Fencing has been ever present at the Olympics since they started in 1896. It consists of three competitions - foil, épée, and saber.

Field Hockey was first introduced at the 1908 London Olympics. Both men's and women's teams compete, with India claiming 8 gold medals in the event in its history, as of 2016.

After an absence of 112 years, golf was reintroduced to the Olympics in 2016 in Rio, with both men's and women's events.

Gymnastics was first introduced at the Olympics in 1896. Rhythmic gymnastics followed in 1984 and trampolining in 2000.

After its introduction at the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Handball was dropped for the next 36 years, only re-appearing in 1972 for men and 1976 for women.

Judo became an Olympic sport in 1964 in Tokyo for men, and in 1992 in Barcelona for women. Participants compete according to various weight classes.

The martial arts discipline of Karate will feature for the first time at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

Rowing has been a part of the Olympic Games since 1900 for men and 1976 for women. Events range in distance, for individuals as well as teams of varying sizes (8 maximum).

Rugby Union (15-a-side) was last played at the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris. The sport made a comeback in 2016 in Rio, but this time in the shortened version of the game (7-a-side) that has become incredibly popular. Fiji was crowned Olympic champion.

Except for 1904, sailing has always formed part of the modern Olympic Games. Sailing includes various classes, based on the size of the boat used.

Except for 1904 and 1928, Shooting has formed part of the modern Olympic Games. It takes place over various disciplines, including target shooting and clay pigeon events, to name a few.

Except for 1896 and 1932, soccer has formed part of the modern Olympic Games. Women, however, have only competed for gold since 1996. Hungary and Great Britain have both won gold in the event three times.

Open to men from 1896 and women from 1912, Swimming is one of the staple events at the Olympics and a firm favorite with spectators. Races feature various swimming strokes, such as freestyle and butterfly, over a variety of events, from 50m to 10km open water events.

Surfing will become an official Olympic event at the 2020 Tokyo Games.

Synchronized Swimming is a women's event that has become a staple of the games since 1984. It includes a team event, as well as pairs. Russia dominates the sport.

Since its introduction in 1988, Table Tennis has been dominated by the Chinese, who have won 28 out of 32 possible gold medals as of 2016.

After featuring as a demonstration sport at both the 1988 Seoul and 1992 Barcelona Olympics, Taekwondo became an Olympic event at Sydney in 2000. Participants compete according to various weight divisions.

Tennis was included in the first seven modern Olympics, until 1924, but then didn't feature again until 1988, due to a dispute as to whether amateur players could compete. Winners of Olympic gold in the event, as well as a Grand Slam of major tennis events, are said to have won a Golden Slam, a feat achieved by Steffi Graf, Andre Agassi, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams.

Track and Field encompasses many athletic disciplines, including running events, such as the 100m sprint, and strength based events, such as shot put. Other track and field activities include high jump, long jump, javelin, and hammer throw.

Volleyball at the Olympics comes in two forms - Indoor and Beach Volleyball. The indoor version has been part of the Games since 1966, while Beach Volleyball was added in 1996 in Atlanta.

The Triathlon officially became an Olympic event in Sydney in 2000. It involves a 1.5km swim, 40km cycle race, and 10km run.

Water Polo for men has been a part of the modern Olympics since 1900. Women's Water Polo, however, was only introduced during the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Hungary has won the most gold medals in the event as of 2016.

Weightlifting has formed part of every Olympic Games except 1900, 1908, and 1912. Medals are sought by both men and women in various weight classes, although women's weightlifting only started in Sydney in 2000.

Wrestling is one of the oldest known sports and formed part of the ancient Greek games. It has been part of every modern Olympics since 1896, except for the Paris Olympics in 1900. It is split into two types - Greco-Roman and Freestyle.

Although Baseball has appeared at a number of Olympics (1904, 1912, 1936, 1956, 1964, 1984, and 1988), it only became an official event at Barcelona in 1992. This didn't last long - Baseball was dropped from the Olympic roster after Beijing 2008.

Softball will once again be part of the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. It had formed part of the games from 1996 to 2008.

Ski Jumping has been a part of every winter Olympics from 1924 to present day - although women were banned from competition until the Sochi Olympics in 2014.

Snowboarding was first introduced at the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics. It is open to both men and women and takes place across multiple disciplines, including half-pipe, giant slalom, and snowboard cross.

A staple of the Winter Olympics, Speed Skating first featured in 1924. Women's events were allowed from 1960. Distances include 500m, 1000m, 1500m and 3000m.

Skeleton, in which a rider travels head-first down a hill on a very low, flat sled, was first introduced at the Olympics in 1928. It featured again in 1948 and has been an official event since 2002.

Short Track Speed Skating takes place over distances from 500m to 5000m. It is both an individual sport and a team relay. South Korea has dominated this event.

Nordic combined involves both cross-country skiing and ski jumping. It has formed part of every Winter Olympics since 1924.

Luge features either a single rider or two-man team riding a sled downhill, feet first and face up. It has been part of the Winter Olympics since 1964.

Interestingly, Ice Hockey was first staged at the Summer Olympics in 1920. It became part of the Winter Olympics in 1924 and has remained ever since. A women's tournament was added in 1998.

A spectacular sport to watch, freestyle skiing has formed part of the Winter Olympics since 1992. It includes both moguls and aerial competitions, in which participants are scored on their jumps.

Figure skating is one of the most popular spectator sports at the Winter Olympics, where it first featured in 1924. It was previously featured in the Summer Games in 1908 and 1920, however. Figure Skating is split into individual and pairs competitions, as well as ice dancing.

After some appearances as a demonstration event at the Winter Olympics (1924, 1932, 1988, and 1992), Curling became an official event at Nagano in 1998. Canada dominates this strange sport.

A stalwart of the Winter Games since 1924, Cross-Country Skiing features a range of events over varying distances, including 30km and 50km for individuals and teams. Cross-Country Skiing events for women have been part of the Olympics since Oslo in 1952.

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