THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT SEX AT THE OLYMPICS (TresSugar.com)
There's an unofficial condom sponsor. At this year's London games, British-owned Durex is providing tens of thousands of free condoms at the Olympic Village. It cost them $1.6 billion to become the official sponsor.
During the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Olympians were given condoms covered with the games' motto: "Faster, Higher, Stronger." Very fitting.
There are "days of glory." An anonymous female Olympian told the New York Post that the days following competition are dubbed Days of Glory. Once athletes are finished with their sports, some take part in partying and hooking up.
McDonald's makes breakfast the morning after. According to the Post's source, after a night of drinking and sleeping together, Olympians hit up McDonald's at 4:30 a.m. for breakfast.
Condoms run out -- but not for the reason you think they do. Apparently 70,000 condoms weren't enough to hold over Olympians at the 2000 games in Sydney. But that's not because the athletes were having marathon sex sessions. Todd Lodwick, a former American Nordic combined gold-medalist skier, says, "It's a tradition -- taking so many that they have to replace them." They also make great souvenirs.
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