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? Lots and lots of sex.
Apparently athletes just can’t stop having sex at the Olympics
Athletes spill details on dirty secrets in the Olympic Village - ESPN The Magazine
Other stories tell of entire teams of athletes engaging in all night orgies with one another and parties in which giant duffel bags of condoms are smuggled in and used by the end of the night. Something athletes from less, shall we say, democratic countries are known to take advantage of and leads to a lot of athletes claiming that the sex is probably the best part of being an Olympic athlete. I mean, you could win a gold medal and you can sleep with a really hot guy. As you can imagine given that literally every person in the Olympic village is in prime physical condition athletes are none too picky with who they get their fuck on with. Or to paraphrase American javelin thrower Breaux Greer about it —. In more recent years officials seemed to have learned and now ship in enough condoms to give each an every athlete about 40 each. Which seems like a bad idea given that everyone using them is a hyper-competitive insanely fit person in the prime of life, but hey, what the fuck do we know?
What Actually Happens at the Olympic Village (Mostly Sex)
Instead, Sam Alipour's amazing feature on the ungodly amounts of sex and partying that goes on in the Olympic Village is the highlight. Alipour spoke with a bunch of former Olympians, who revealed that the Village is one one crazy place. Many of the athletes opened up and told Alipour crazy stories to illustrate how insane the Village gets. These stories include everything from Hope Solo doing the Today Show drunk the morning after cozying up to a celebrity, to a javelin competitor having sex with three women per day in order to stay relaxed.
By Deborah Arthurs for MailOnline. The Olympic Games have drawn to a close, and the incredible spectacle will be remembered as one of the most successful events in British history. But as our triumphant athletes celebrate their record-breaking success and thousands international competitors head back to their respective countries, they will be taking with them more than just some exciting memories of their success in the Olympic stadium, pool or velodrome.