Olympics Committee Provides Athletes With A Record 450,000 Condoms! That’s THIS MANY Per Competitor!

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What happens when over 10,000 world-class athletes in peak physical condition compete for 17 days at the Olympics? A lot of f*cking, apparently!

That’s why the International Olympics Committee provided a record breaking amount of condoms for the athletes competing in the 2016 Rio Summer Games!

According to reports, the IOC is supplying 450,000 condoms — 42 per athlete — for Rio’s Olympic Village, the residential area for the 10,500 ripped competitors that includes condos, shops, bars, clubs, and even McDonald’s. (They gotta burn something off with all that boning, right?)

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The staggering number of camisinhas (Brazilian slang meaning “little shirts”), is THREE times higher than the London 2012 allowance of 150,000 condoms. Though Rio’s record-breaking condom allocation is actually reported to be so high because female condoms are being given away for the first time.

With the provision of 350,000 condoms, 100,000 female condoms, and 175,000 packets of lube — this is shaping up to be the most promiscuous Olympics in history!

Olympic rowing gold medallist Zac Purchase says despite the large amount of love socks being allotted, it’s not a “sexualised cauldron of activity,” explaining:

“It is an absolutely huge allocation of condoms. But it is all so far from the truth of what it’s like to be in there. It’s not some sexualised cauldron of activity. We’re talking about athletes who are focused on producing the best performance of their lives.”

Producing, yes. Reproducing, no! Ha!

Past Olympic sex-tistics have proven Purchase wrong. In London 2012, Grindr crashed once athletes arrived, and a female Olympic gold snowboarder noted that at Sochi 2014, “Tinder in the Olympic Village is next level.”

Clearly, athletes have always been needing to release pressure — and it looks like much will be released once the games begin next month!

[Image via NBC.]

Jul 18, 2016 4:00pm PDT

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