Name as many of the 302 events in the London 2012 Summer Olympics as you can before time runs out. When done enter any codes received into the Sporcle quiz. **PLEASE READ NOTES**
NOTES: *PLEASE READ* these regarding naming the events. You DO NOT need to type in the sport type (i.e. Cycling, Shooting, etc.) UNLESS the event type is classified according to Team/Individual only, or by weight class name (to prevent typing in a weightclass and getting it for multiple events). For ALL EVENTS WITH A DISTANCE OR WEIGHT use you must include units - use "m", "km", or "kg"...you MUST type the distance or weight abbreviation for event names with a distance/weight in them - weights are only in the weightlifting and wrestling sports. You DO NOT need to enter the words 'Mens' or 'Womens' for ANY event - if a sport has both genders it will fill in for each. Some degree of specificity is required for some of the events - i.e. '4x100m' may require a little more description. For events which are named by WEIGHT CLASS...simply name the sport followed by the weight class name (i.e. 'boxing superduperheavyweight'). Weightlifting & Wrestling use a weight amount for the event name..to answer these just type the event weight (i.e. '100kg')...a couple have a weight class for the heaviest competitors, simply type '+200kg' for example for these - for WRESTLING you will need to be a little more specific than just weight amount due to different types of wrestling. For sports with singles or doubles type events, type the sport and then specify each type of it played (i.e. 'Sporcle Quiz Taking Singles')..similarly do this for "Team" and "Individual" event types if - ('Sporcle Quiz Taking Individual')..an event with Team & Individual types WILL NOT fill in both at once, you must specify each specific type if need be. Finally, there is one event for men & women which is both indoor and outdoor, which is why Indoor + Outdoor total is only 300 instead of 302. Results can be seen by clicking on any of the "Range" listbox ranges, they are in order based on sport category, with men's events first, then women's, then mixed if applicable.