1. What types of exercises are included in athletics?
A) running 100 m, running 1000 m, shuttle run 3*10 m, pull-up, high jump
B) pole vaulting, running, walking, shot put and hammer throw
C) running, jumping, and throwing
2. What was on the program of the first Olympic Games?
A) single-stage running
B) javelin throwing, wrestling, pulling up, 1000m running, 100m running
C) Long-distance throwing, running, long jump, cross-country.
3. What are the distances in running divided into?
A) 60m running, 1000m running, 2000m running, cross-country.
B) long, middle and short races
C) race walking, running, marathon
4. What is the beginning and the end in running called?
A) start and finish.
B) attention and march
C) acceleration and stop
5. Where were the Olympic Games first held?
A) Ancient Rome
B) Ancient Greece
6. What kinds of starts are there?
A) low, high
B) long, short.
C) low, medium
7. Which distances are long distances?
A) cross-country, marathon
B) 5000m, 10000m.
C) 3000m, 5000m, 10000m.
8. What is running with a high hip elevation?
A) a movement where the leg bent at the knee is raised at a 45 degree angle
B) when the knees touch the palms of the hands.
C) when the heels touch the buttocks.
9. Which distances are short distances?
A) 10m, 20m, 60m, 110m with hurdles.
B) 30 m, 60 m, 100 m, 200 m, 300 m, 400 m.
C) 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m.
10. Which distances are classified as middle distances?
A) 400 m, 800 m, 1000 m, 1500 m, 2000 m.
B) 30 m, 60 m, 100 m, 200 m, 400 m.
C) 800 m, 3000 m.
11. What is the distance of a marathon?
A) 42 km 195m.
B) 20 km
C) 50 km
12. What kinds of jumps are there?
A) jump from a place and jump from a run-up
B) high jump, pole vault, long jump and triple jump
C) “hop over”, “scissors”, “bend over”.
13. What is one stage?
B) 42 km 195m
C) 192 m 27 cm
14. How many attempts are given to an athlete in the long jump, high jump and throw?
15. When throwing a ball with the right hand, which foot is in front?
A) right foot
C) left hand
16. What is a mistake called when one of the runners raises his hands or feet off the ground before the command “March!”?
A) false start
17. What is endurance?
A) the ability to resist physical fatigue
B) the ability to run for long periods of time.
C) the ability to sit through classes.
18. Which sports require a predominant display of endurance?
A) hockey, volleyball, track and field, tennis, checkers
B) jumping rope, cross-country, boxing, swimming
C) middle and long distance running in athletics, swimming, skiing, speed skating, race walking
19. What is speed?
A) a person’s ability to run quickly
B) a person’s ability to complete movements in a minimally short amount of time
C) a person’s ability to run at a fast pace
20. Which sports require a predominant display of speed?
A) relay races
B) volleyball, soccer, boxing, wrestling, gymnastics, track and field
C) track and field, basketball, soccer, hockey, handball