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Today’s game starts off with a Cities Trivia question about a famous event that takes place in Spain. Looking for more Trivia about Spain? Click here to read about the marvelous Sagrada Familia Basilica, a Barcelona landmark that has been under construction for over 140 years.
Next up, a Sports Trivia question challenges the Team to identify the holiday that overlaps with a major annual tennis tournament. To sharpen up on more Sports Trivia, click here to read about the origins and evolution of baseball.
The first round wraps up with a Companies Trivia question about a large consumer goods corporation that owns many of the personal care brands we use on a daily basis. In fact, several of the brands owned by this company made the list of The World’s Most Valuable Brands by Forbes.
Today’s Bonus Question dives deeper into the consumer goods corporation named in the Companies question from Round One. The Trivia Team is asked to take their best guess at how many individual brands the company owns. They have some solid starting points for their guesses, but will they be close enough to get the elusive Bonus Point? Listen in to find out!
With 118 known chemical elements and nearly an infinite number of possible compounds, the opportunities for Round Two are endless. Put on those lab coats listeners, because it’s time for Chemical Elements Trivia!
Round Two kicks off with a Food Trivia question about an element that’s found in seafood and is used in chemical tests. Looking for a drink to complement your seafood? Gin-based cocktails like the gin and tonic pair well with fish, thanks to its bright, citrusy flavors.
Next up, a Science Trivia question gives the Team the opportunity to experiment with the options while debating which energy-producing device converts hydrogen into electricity. Spoiler alert: A passenger train powered by this source of energy is currently in development in Germany.
Round Two concludes with a Health & Fitness Trivia question about the scientific term for a specific type of exercise. For more fitness inspiration, check out this post about some of the most common – and uncommon – types of exercise.
It’s time to wrap up the game with a multi-part Final Question. The category for today’s final is Sports, which is a fitting way to follow up on the previous Health & Fitness question!
The Trivia Team is given a list of four former Winter Olympics host cities and asked to place them in order by the year they hosted from earliest to most recent. Will the Trivia Team play it safe and protect their average score? Or will they risk big points to go for the gold? Listen in and find out!