This is a story for the upcoming 2016 Rio Olympics about the living conditions for the athletes. So far, the whole thing has been a complete disaster and it has yet to begin. Someone with some sense should have been pull the plug on this a year ago.
Upon their arrival to the athlete's village, the Australian Olympic Committee found the venue to be uninhabitable. A spokesman for the AOC had the following to say:
From what we've seen, you wouldn't put people in there yet.
The issue goes beyond just rooms that do not look all that comfortable. The IOC has not made much of a secret of their concerns about "safety" as far as the living situation goes. These concerns are related to "leaking pipes, spot flooding, blocked toilets and unlit stairwells."
For whatever its worth, the IOC thought it would be a great idea to the 10,000 athletes at the summer games with 450,000 condoms.
SB Nation posted some fun facts about the 16 days of Olympics 'fun.'
- 45 condoms per individual athlete.
- 90 per pair of athletes.
- 5.6 condoms per day.
- Assuming each athlete spent 10 minutes having sex per condom (they’re used to setting quick times) the 2016 Olympians would spend 75,000 hours having sex.
- That’s 8.5 years of sex.
- Using a total of 185 gallons of personal lubricant.
- According to Trojan, the average length of a male condom is 7.5 inches. Assuming all 350,000 are the same size ...