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With 25 World Championship medals and 4 Olympic Gold medals, this 23 year old is the most decorated American gymnast, and the third-most decorated gymnast of all time.

Simone Biles

100

The 2020 Summer Olympic Games, now set for 2021, will be held in this Japanese city.

Tokyo

100

"Kids of Steel" is a format of this kind of race in which participants must swim, bike, and run varying distances.

Triathlon 

100

This Kansas City Chiefs QB lead their team to a Super Bowl LIV victory in 2020.

Patrick Mahomes

100

This adi Footballer has the largest contract in sports history, netting him just under $674 million for 4 years.

Lionel Messi

200

23 Grand Slams, 14 Grand Slam Doubles (with her sister), 4 Olympic Gold medals, and the Associated Press' Female Athlete of the Decade are all achievements belonging to this sports icon.

Serena Williams

200

In 1936 Jesse Owens won 4 Olympic Gold Medals in this German city.

Berlin

200

Due to problems with the field, a 2018 Monday Night Football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and this NFC West team was moved to Los Angeles CA - the new home city of the team that had recently relocated from St. Louis.

Los Angeles Rams

200

This Green Bay Packers QB is the reigning league MVP, and an ardent adi supporter.

Aaron Rodgers

200

In 1999 this professional skateboarder landed the first-ever "900" (2.5 360 degree rotations of body and board) in a competition, leading to multiple endorsement deals and a very successful video game franchise bearing his name.

Tony Hawk

300

This USA Soccer star won 2 World Cups (1991, 1999), two Olympic Gold medals (1996, 2004), and notched 158 goals while doing it - the most ever scored, until Abby Wambach surpassed the record in 2013.

Mia Hamm

300

The 2014 FIFA World Cup saw the adi-sponsored Germany squad win its 4th World Cup trophy in this South American country.

Brazil

300

Surfers utilize this celestial body's gravitational forces that directly affect the size of waves they can ride.

The Moon

300

This New York Yankee right fielder has his own personal cheering section in Yankee Stadium, known as "The Judge's Chambers".

Aaron Judge

300

At $426 million, the largest MLB contract in history belongs to this Los Angeles Angels slugger - you won't catch him skipping work to go fishing.

Mike Trout
400

This tennis legend won 39 Grand Slams championships in her career, and defeated Bobby Riggs in a 1973 match dubbed "The Battle of the Sexes".

Billie Jean King

400

Raymond James Stadium is the home field of this NFL team, and is also the site of their recent Super Bowl LV victory - the first team to win a Super Bowl hosted in their home stadium.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

400

This 3000 meter footrace includes a unique feature in which runners leap over a hurdle and land in a pit of water on each lap.

The Steeplechase

400

This athlete is the most decorated female swimmer of all time, holding 15 World Championships and 5 Olympic gold medals respectively - to date, she's broken 14 world records.

Katie Ledecky

400

The highest-paid female athlete in 2020, this tennis star began her career with adidas but recently made the switch to a(n) (inferior) competitor.

Naomi Osaka

500

This 4-time Olympic Gold medalist and 3-time WNBA MVP retired in 2009 as the league's leading scorer and rebounder - she was also the first player to record a slam dunk in a WNBA game.

Lisa Leslie

500

adidas-sponsored skier Mikaela Shiffrin won her second Olympic Gold Medal, this time in the Giant Slalom, at the 2018 Winter Olympics held in this South Korean city.

Pyeongchang

500

The Loma Prieta earthquake rocked Northern California during game 3 of the 1989 World Series, being played between the San Francisco Giants and this soon-to-be World Champion team.

The Oakland Athletics

500

This Forward was selected first overall in the 2008 WNBA draft out of Naperville Illinois, going to the Los Angeles Sparks - she has since won 2 WNBA MVPs, 2 Olympic Gold medals, and a WNBA Championship in 2016.

Candace Parker

500

Winning 72 LPGA tour events and 18 international events, this golfer's career winnings total upwards of $22 million, $2 million more than her nearest competitor - she also broke a gender barrier in 2003 when she played in the PGA's Bank of America Colonial event.

Annika Sörenstam

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