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Olympics 101: The Thrill of Victory

It's the event bringing together athletes from more than 200 countries and captivating fans around the world. From the thrill of victory to the agony of defeat, how much do you know about the Games of the Olympiad?

The Olympics started in which ancient culture?

The Olympics started in which ancient culture?

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