You've taken the quiz, here are the answers.

1. What is the correct order of the four distances in the distance medley relay?

B. 1200m, 400m, 800m and 1600m is the traditional order for the event.

2. How many years has it been since the first ever distance medley relay was contested at the historic Penn Relays?

B. 100 years! The iconic Penn Relays staged their first ever DMR in April 1915. Yale were crowned champions in the inaugural DMR winning in a time of 10:20.0

3. Which university has been the most successful in the history of the distance medley relay at Penn Relays?

D. Villanova in Philadelphia lead the way with most wins including 16 straight between 1966 and 1981.

4. Which former mile world record holder anchored his team to a new world best in the distance medley relay in 1969?

A. Jim Ryun ran the last leg of the University of Kansas’ record breaking time of 9:33.24.

5. “Anything can happen in a race like this, and that’s what will make it so interesting. Different teams, different legs, different strategies, it all plays into it. Something sensational can easily happen with a field this good.”

Which middle-distance star said that of the distance medley relay at the 2015 Armory Invitational in New York?

B. Matt Centrowitz. The two-time 1500m world championship medallist made those comments as he featured in the US team alongside Michael Berry, Erik Sowinski and Patrick Casey. Together they wiped more than six seconds from the DMR indoor world best mark with a time of 9:19.93.

6. Can you name the nation of less than five million people who finished second behind the US that day in New York, recording the second quickest mark in history with 9:25.37?

D. Ireland. The team from the Emerald Isle did the business in a time of 9:25.37

7. The distance medley relay first featured at the NCAA Indoor Championships in 1967. Which Australian 2012 Olympic finalist featured for the gold medal winning Stanford team at the 2014 edition?

D. It was Steven Solomon, who placed eighth in the London 2012 800m final.

8. Which nation holds the official men’s world best mark of 9:15.56 set at Penn Relays in 2006?

A. The Kenyan team of Elkanah Angwenyi, Thomas Musembi, Alfred Yego and Alex Kipchirchir set the mark.

9. Which 2013 world championship medallist featured in the US women’s team which set a world indoor record mark of 10:42.57 in Boston this year?

B. Brenda Martinez. The 2013 world 800m bronze medallist anchored the US quartet to that world record mark.

10. The women’s world outdoor best mark set by Villanova University of 10:48.38 was posted at the Penn Relays in which year?

C. 1988. After standing for nearly 30 years, that mark will surely be due for some revision at the World Relays.

How did you get on?

10: Record breaker

7-9: Elite athlete

4-6: Fun runner

0-3: Ever tried swimming?