Can you name these female Olympians?

 Broadcasters and online streamers are expected to generate an estimated 15,000+ live video sessions during the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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Test your knowledge of the most elite women athletes of the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

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Kristin Armstrong, gold medal in cycling.
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Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

Name the 43-year-old Memphis, Tenn., native who just won her third Olympic gold medal in cycling:

Armstrong (no relation to Lance) celebrated her 43rd birthday the day after winning her third Olympic gold. She called this victory "the most gratifying" of her three individual championships.

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Maya Moore
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Question 2 of 10 Score: 0

Who's this Missouri-born basketball powerhouse?

Maya Moore helped lead the undefeated University of Connecticut women's basketball team to two straight national championships. She was the first overall draft pick in the 2011 WNBA Draft and now plays for the Minnesota Lynx.

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Yarden Gerbi won the Bronze medal in judo at the Rio Olympics.
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Question 3 of 10 Score: 0

Name this Israeli judoka who just won her country's first Olympic medal since 2008:

Twenty-seven-year-old Yarden Gerbi, who grew up in the coastal town of Netanya, Israel, defeated Japanese judoka Miku Tashiru on Aug. 9 to claim the bronze medal.

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Tania Cagnotto wins silver in Rio.
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Question 4 of 10 Score: 0

This Italian diving phenom won her first Olympic medal after 16 years of trying:

The 31-year-old Cagnotto has been vying for a medal since the 2000 Games. This time, she took home silver in the women's synchronized 3m springboard.

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Lilly King is a gold medalist in the 100m breaststroke.
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Question 5 of 10 Score: 0

Name the Hoosier who swam her way to gold in the 100m breaststroke:

Indiana-born King edged out Russian rival Yulia Efimova, a controversial figure in the Games due to previous doping scandals, to finish first with a time of 1:05.70.

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Kerri Walsh-Jennings, beach volleyball
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Question 6 of 10 Score: 0

This California girl has won a gold medal in beach volleyball for three consecutive Olympics:

Kerri Walsh Jennings, nicknamed "Six Feet of Sunshine," won three consecutive gold medals with partner Misty May-Treanor in 2004, 2008 and 2012. When May-Treanor retired, Walsh-Jennings teamed up with April Ross.

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Flavia Saraiva of Brazil.
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Question 7 of 10 Score: 0

Who's this petite Brazilian who charmed audiences with her gymnastics routine?

At 4-foot-4 and 16 years old, Saraiva is one of the youngest – and smallest – competitors at the Games. And she could very well end up with a medal in her favorite event: balance beam.

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Katinka Hosszu of Hungary
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Question 8 of 10 Score: 0

Name the Hungarian superstar swimmer who took gold in the 200m Individual Medley:

Hosszu is a three-time Olympic champion and a world record holder in the 100m individual medley, 200m individual medley, 100m backstroke and 200m backstroke.

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Monica Puig of Puerto Rico
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Question 9 of 10 Score: 0

Who's this Puerto Rican tennis star who's making it farther in the Olympics than any other Puerto Rican before her?

Puig has made it to Round 16 so far in Rio. The 22-year-old is ranked 34th in the world and has never reached the quarterfinals before in Grand Slam competition. Now, she's two wins from an Olympic medal.

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Ai Fukuhara of Japan
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Question 10 of 10 Score: 0

Name this Japanese table tennis prodigy:

Ai Fukuhara, 27, won silver in the 2012 Olympics and once again finds herself in medal contention in Rio. In 2004 at the age of 15, she was the youngest-ever female table-tennis player to compete in the Olympics.

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 Broadcasters and online streamers are expected to generate an estimated 15,000+ live video sessions during the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Photo: lazyllama / Shutterstock.com
Photo: lazyllama / Shutterstock.com