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PopQuizzical Daily! for August 11, 2012:

At the ancient Greek Olympic games in the event of a tie, who was declared the winner?
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Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer: 
The statue of Zeus at Olympia.
Olympia, not just the site of the ancient Olympics, was a religious site as well.  It was also home to a 13 meter tall gold and ivory statue of Zeus, king of the Greek gods.  Although if I were Zeus and I had 50,000+ stinky people milling around my house in the heat of summer, I would go on vacation.  Even if they wanted to worship me.

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