Let's play a game: Olympic Athlete or convicted felon?

In the spirit of the Olympics, let's play a fun game I named OLYMPIAN OR FELON?

It's easy to play and it's intended for the whole family. Except gramma, cuz she smells funny.

I have posted a series of pictures and you will guess if the individuals in the images are successful, celebrated Olympic cyclists, or convicted felons. Write down your best guess and check the answers all the way at the bottom. Feel free to post your results in the comments section. Good luck!


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Scroll down to see the answers.














ANSWERS:

a. Olympian
Laura Brown (Canada)
Women's Team Pursuit

b. Olympian
Hersony Canelon (Venezuela)
Men's Team Sprint
Men's Sprint
Men's Keirin

c. Felon
Collin Campbell (San Diego, CA)
20 years for child pornography

d. Olympian
Teun Mulder (Netherlands)
Men's Sprint
Men's Keirin

e. Felon
Lance N. Anderson (Springfield, MO)
Shot a police officer

f. Felon
Bradley Gellert (Tampa, FL)
Felony domestic battery by strangulation.

g. Olympian.
Judith Arndt (Germany)
Women's Individual Time Trial
Women's Road Race
Women's Team Pursuit

h. Felon
Jennifer Delfrome (Garden City, IA)
Assault with a deadly weapon

i. Olympian
Jack Bobridge (Australia)
Men's Omnium
Men's Team Pursuit

j. Felon
Terry Antonio Smith (Jacksonville, FL)
Three counts of first-degree murder

k. Felon
Mark Gonzalez (Boise, ID)
Aggravated assault

l. Olympian
Malgorzata Wojtyra (Poland)
Women's Omnium

m. Olympian
Shane Archbold (New Zealand)
Men's Omnium

n. Felon
Stephen Howard (Topeka, KS)
Larceny by embezzlement

o. Olympian
Sergey Borisov (Russia)
Men's Keirin
Men's Team Sprint