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Episode 44 is the forty-fourth episode of the first season of Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?


Jacqueline Hyde steals the Olympic flame from the 1st Olympic Games in Greece, 776 BC.

After a Data Boost at the time of the crime, Kevin and the Time Pilots meet a rookie American athlete named Ned Dinglehopper, who gives clues directing them to 1896, when Pierre de Coubertin revived the Olympic Games, but Jacqueline zaps their 'fact fuel'.

After another Data Boost, Kevin and the pilots get a message from Milennia, who, after remembering that she knew Jesse Owens as a kid, gives clues directing the others to when Owens won 4 gold medals at the Berlin Games of 1936.

After Global Pursuit in 1936 and getting clues from Jacqueline about the attack on Nancy Kerrigan, the pilots follow her to Lillehammer, Norway in 1994 and retrieve the Olympic flame.

Chris captures Jacqueline Hyde and Carmen Sandiego with 3 seconds to spare.

Time Pilots[]

  • Chris Layton
  • Maria Louise Mang (?)
  • Donna Forsend (?)

Sketches and Pit Stops[]

  • Cluefinder (Ned Dinglehopper) - 1896 (when the Olympic Games were revived)
  • Millennia - 1936 (when Jesse Owens won four gold medals in Germany, then led by Adolph Hitler)
  • VILE Villain Clue - 1994 (when Nancy Kerrigan made a comeback at Lillehammer, Norway)

History of the Olympics (Flight Plan)[]

  • 1992: Michael Jordan plays on the Dream Team.
  • 1980: The U.S. boycotts the Olympics games in Moscow.
  • 1936: Jesse Owens wins 4 gold medals at the Berlin games.
  • 1924: The first Winter Olympics are held.
  • 1896: Baron Pierre de Coubertin revives the Olympic games.
  • 1873: The game of Badminton is developed.
  • 1860: The first recorded use of a hockey puck
  • 776 BC: The first recorded Olympics are held.

Trail of Time Questions[]

Bold indicates correct answers.
Italics indicates the contestant's answers.
Underline indicates the contestant answered the question after time ran out.

  1. It's 688 BC. Which Olympic sport is being introduced?
    • Boxing
    • Skiing
  2. It's 1896. Who cannot compete in the first modern Games?
    • Students
    • Women
  3. It's 1908. What sport is now an Olympic event?
    • Field hockey
    • Baseball
  4. It's 1936. What track athlete triumphs at the Berlin Olympics?
    • Jesse Owens
    • Muhammed Ali
  5. It's 1972. Terrorists kill eleven Olympians from which country?
    • Germany
    • Israel
  6. It's 1996. Who's the mascot for the Olympic Games in Atlanta?
    • Izzy
    • Ring-Ring


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