The eight and last round of the Olympic Hockey Quiz of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) started on Wednesday. For the visitors of www.worldhockey.org it will be the last chance of winning one of the special WorldHockey prize offered by our Partner TK.
Hockey is celebrating its 100th anniversary at the Beijing Olympics and part of the celebrations is this special Olympic Hockey History Quiz. The eight and last round started on Wednesday. The seventh question was the following:
When was the last time the men's Olympic gold medal match did not feature a single European country?
The right answer to this question was: Montreal 1976 when New Zealand defeated Australia 1-0.
The winner of a special WorldHockey prize offered by our Partner TK is:
Martin Bishop from Kellyville, NSW, Australia
The eight and last Olympic Hockey History Quiz Question is online now and this question is not an easy one. Answer the question correctly and you can be one of the winners of a special WorldHockey prize offered by our Partner TK.
Which match was the first Olympic men's match to be decided after a penalty stroke competition?
Please e-mail your answer to: [email protected] by providing the following information.
- Your name
- Your full address
- Your answer
The deadline for this question is Tuesday 26 August 2008.