Congratulations! You're an Olympian! But your family and friends have to wake up at 3 a.m. to watch you compete.
Ready for an Olympic Quiz?

Congratulations! You’re an Olympian, but unfortunately your event will be televised at 3 a.m. in the morning, when the only people who will be watching you compete are those in the same timezone as you (maybe).

Either way, you’re going home with a gold, silver, or bronze, and will help your country in the medal count. You’ll go home as a gold Olympian, maybe get a few sponsorships, and be featured on a Wheaties box. On the plus side, if you lose, you’ll be able to live with some privacy and be out of the limelight.

But wait, you forgot what event you just competed in! Let’s find out which 3 a.m. Olympic event you'll be participating in based on your set of skills.

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