OLYMPIC TRIVIA CHALLENGE
100 QUESTIONS AND THE REMARKABLE STORIES BEHIND THEM
BY JOHN NABER
FOREWORD BY APOLO OHNO
UNITED STATES OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC MUSEUM
“John is on the front line of the Olympic movement. So, when it comes to Olympic Trivia... John Naber gets another gold medal.”
Carl Lewis, Sports Illustrated’s “Olympian of the Century.”
“(T)here is nothing trivial about the depth of John’s knowledge and enthusiasm for all things Olympic.”
Dorothy Hamill, “America’s sweetheart” and creator of the Hamill Camel spin move.
“Naber’s knowledge of the Olympic Games is mind-blowing, and I love his stories.”
Dara Torres, The most decorated US female Olympian.
“(No) one knows more about the Olympic Games,
our Olympic and Paralympic athletes than John Naber.”
Mike Eruzione, Captain and winning goal scorer in the “Miracle on Ice.”
“John Naber’s wealth of knowledge about Olympic and Paralympic athletes will keep the readers wanting more.”
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Voted the greatest female athlete of all time.
“We often play “Olympic Jeopardy” and John is our Alex Trebek! Not only is he a great Olympic statesman, he’s also a great stats-man.”
Bonnie Blair, America’s most decorated female Winter Olympian.
“Naber’s attention to detail and knowledge of the intricacies of the Olympic movement never ceases to amaze me.”
Mark Spitz, Winner of 7 golds and 7 world records in a single Olympic Games.
“As a sports commentator, President of our alumni association, and a leader of Olympians, no one knows or loves the Olympic and Paralympic Games the way John does.”
Bonnie St. John, The first African-American to win a Paralympic medal.
John Naber won four gold medals and one silver medal in swimming. Inducted into the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Hall of Fame in 1984, he has covered ten Olympic and Paralympic games for radio and television for various networks, including ABC, NBC, CBS, and ESPN.