1. This German immigrant started a plant in Brooklyn to make citric acid.During WWI ,lemons and fruits from Italy were scarce. So he changed his product and started making something which changed his company totally. Who was the founder and name his company?
2.Nineteen year old Yoshinori Sakai was the Olympic flame torchbearer who lit the cauldron at the 1964 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo. At the time he was a member of Waseda Universitys running club. After the Olympic games, he won a gold medal in 1600 m relay and a silver in 400 m at 1966 Asian Games in Bangkok. He has never competed in the Olympics. Why was he chosen for the role?
He was born near Hiroshima on August 6, 1945,the day of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. He was chosen for the role to symbolize Japans postwar reconstruction and peace
3. The unofficial title of "worlds fastest man" typically goes to the Olympic 100 m champion.In 1996, Bob Costas of NBC, Bill Gairdner, and others, pointed out that Xs gold-medal performance in the 200 m was faster than Ys 100 m performance. After verbal sparring between the pair, a made-for-TV, 150- metre race at Torontos SkyDome was scheduled.Who were the competitors?
4. Mens 200 metre freestyle Final at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, the race was billed as The Race of the Century due to its significance and high-class field. Id the medal winners. What record was kept intact due to the result?
Ian Thorpe, Pieter van den Hoogenband and Michael Phelps Thorpe’s victory prevented Phelps from winning 7 golds at a single Olympics