To encourage youth to participate in Olympic events, a gold medal athlete hosts a party for a young member of his family.
He invites eight children.
Ages: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Names: Usain, Michael , Missy, Christine, Hoshi, Ryan, Ye, Alicia
1. Michael sat in the middle on one side of the table between his cousin aged 5 and his brother, who is as many years his senior as his cousin is his junior.
2. Missy sat facing Usain - both of them are younger than the 10 year old who was not in seat 4.
3. Ye is 6, the child in the seat numbered 3 is eleven, and the occupant of seat 1 is a girl.
4. The host's child has an odd-numbered age but an even-numbered seat.
5. Alicia is two years older than Hoshi, who sat at one end of the table facing a child one year younger than herself.
6. The oldest guest at the party was not Christine, who is older than Ryan.
7. Only one child sat in a position whose number on the table is identical with his or her age.
What is the name and age of each child sitting around the table and who is the host's child?
Seat 1 - Missy (5)
Seat 2 - Michael (8)
Seat 3 - Christine (11)
Seat 4 - Ryan (9, the host's child)
Seat 5 - Ye (6)
Seat 6 - Alicia (12)
Seat 7 - Usain (7)
Seat 8 - Hoshi (10)