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Every four years, we are blessed with the Summer Olympics, which brings some of the best athletes in the world together to a single city. As someone with zero athletic ability who can't possibly get on Leslie Jones' level when it comes to Olympics enthusiasm, I've never been anywhere near an Olympic Village, but that doesn't stop me from wondering about what all of those Olympians are doing when they aren't competing. Are they sleeping?
Featured image credit: PA. Apparently, the athletes at the Olympics are at it like rabbits. Induring the London Olympics, it was reported thatcondoms were handed out to athletes, and this year apparentlycondoms are being distributed during the games in Rio. People think that the athletes train and train for years on end, moderating their sex lives, so when it comes to the time when they can relax a little bit, sex is on their minds.
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BIRDS do it, bees do it, even educated fleas do it - but no one does it quite as much as Olympic athletes do it. There are 10, competitors in Rio, making that 42 condoms each — even before Australia, Britain and other nations ordered in extra allocations. The first reports stem to Seoul when 8, condoms were distributed.
As we are coming into Olympics season — the winter games begin Feb. Namely, will they have enough condoms to cover the sheer amount of sex in the Olympic village? Because they're going to need a lot.
In case you weren't already aware, a lot of sex goes down in the Olympic Village. This year,condoms were handed out to all 2, participants at the PyeongChang Olympics. That's about 37 condoms per person, making it the biggest number of condoms distributed in the entire history of the Winter Olympics. But how does sex actually affect athletic performance?
Whether it's the Winter Olympics or the Summer Games, Olympic Villages are full of hot, fit people whose nerves and hormones are running on high. Not to mention the factthat they're all in a new place, with new people and plenty of reasons to party. What does all that add up to?
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