Sex Olympics: Athletes Get Two Condoms and a Packet of Lube for Each Day of Rio Games
Organizers of the Rio Summer Olympics provide an average of 41 condoms and 17 packets of lube per athlete competing at the games.
The 450,000 prophylactics distributed include 100,000 female condoms. The number does not include the rubbers handed out by national Olympic committees. Australia, for instance, issues to its team members super-strength condoms, which allegedly provide “near-complete anti-viral protection against Zika virus in laboratory studies.”
Sex at the Olympics continues to coax legendary feats of endurance and flexibility from athletes. The competitors divulge tales of late-night orgies, daytime nudity in the cafeteria, and sex romps in the grass outside the dorms in the Olympic Village at odd hours.
American target shooter Josh Lakatos confessed to ESPN of spotting the entire 4×100 relay team of a Scandinavian nation egress from his Sydney complex in 2000 to embark upon an early morning walk of shame that moved far slower than their pace on the track the previous day. He confessed, “I’ve never witnessed so much debauchery in my entire life.”