With the European Athletics Championship just finished in Berlin, the quiz this week was to name the top ten countries in the all-time medal table from 1934 to 2016.
Clearly the totals have changed over the last week, with GB closing the gap on the Soviet Union, but not quite (yet) taking top spot. But as of 2016 the table is
Germany inherited West Germany's medals, but not East Germany's. Russia did not inherit the Soviet Union's.
Oddly, of these ten countries, only Germany, Italy, Finland and Sweden have held a full championship - France held a men-only event in 1938, but will get the championship in 2020.