The following is a paraphrasing of a problem from Martin Gardner called "Tricky Track."
Three schools $-$ $A,B,C$ $-$ participated in a track meet with several events. Each school was awarded some amount of points for each event (a positive integer). Each event was scored in the same way, and of course the first place winner of an event would receive more points than the second place one, and so on.
Susan, a student of school $B$, won the shot-put for her school. However, they were still beaten handily by school $A$, with the final result of the track meet being $22-9-9$, respectively.
How many events took place at the track meet? Can you reconstruct the entire scoreboard?
There is no solution provided, just an answer.