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These are all very good quizes much appreciated just wondering if you have got any cryptic quizes like cryptic shops or animals things like that
Thankyou. E. Ashton
Hi Eric – I’m glad you like the quizzes. A cryptic quiz is a great idea and has been suggested to me before. I’ll put it on my ‘to do’ list.
I’m afraid you have something wrong in the Olympics round of your latest quiz.
Great Britain’s Jessica Ennis-Hill narrowly failed to retain her Olympic heptathlon title as she won silver behind Belgian Nafissatou Thiam at Rio 2016.
Canadian Brianne Theisen-Eaton won bronze.
Thanks anyway for your great quizzes.
Hi Mike – you are absolutely correct – She wasn’t a gold medal winner in the 2016 games at all – I shall get this amended straight away! Thanks for your help.