that's not all they're good at, it's apparently also a major bonefest at night:
2012 Olympic Village is a hotbed of sex
The 2012 Olympic Village is a hot bed of sexual encounters and this was anticipated as 15 condoms per athlete was handed out to all that are staying at this village. While the world is fixated on the Olympic Games, behind the scenes the athletes are celebrating or forgetting about their losses with sex, most of it happening between strangers.
According to the Irish Independent, "there are two reasons why strangers have sex with one another: to celebrate or commiserate." Considering the circumstances surrounding the 2012 Olympics, there are plenty of both scenarios occuring.
Each athlete will have either a loss or a win, which puts them in the position to either celebrate or to work off frustrations when losing a game. This doesn't mean that everyone will partcipate in the sex fest going on, but many do.
One of the athletes shared her thoughts on the reasons why the village is a hot bed of sexual activity and that's basically because it's a place to cheat with no chance of getting caught. Hope Solo, American footballer explains that no matter who you are, you are not getting into this village unless you are one of the athletes on the list staying there. If your partner's name is not down as a guest, they're not getting in.
Summer Sanders, and American swimmer said "What happens in the Village stays in the Village." The athletes come to these games, which is the climax of all their hard work. Up until the time the games are over, the daily ritual of practice takes over their entire life. As the new ad on network TV conveys, some of these athletes haven't watched TV in months.
Along with the constant practice to get ready for the events, the athletes have been on strict diets and curfews. One bicyclist says she's had a novel for months that she hasn't had time to read, another athlete shares that it's been a year since he's had dessert. These Olympic athletes sacrifice most pleasures to push themselves to get ready for this big event, so when their game is done, you can image the steam built up they want to release!
Experts also weigh in that you have all these hot toned bodies among young adults who have done nothing else than consider their Olympic career in the last year or so. It is the perfect scenario for sex with strangers.
Sex at the Olympic Village has been around for decades and handing out condoms is a practice that isn't novel to the 2012 Olympic Games.
Conventional wisdom suggests that many athletes choose not to engage in sexual activity, excessive drinking and/or drug use before competition for fear of the draining effects it could have on their bodies, right? Wrong!
As past Olympians continue to leak information about what really takes place at these “Villages” - and not necessarily behind close doors - those theories are slowly becoming myths.
Operating under the single universal rule that, “What happens in the Village stays in the Village,” athletes from around the world let lose every four years, regardless of the hosting country.
As we prepare for the 2012 London Olympic Games, a tell-all book titled “The Secret Olympian: The Inside Story of the Olympic Experience,” gives readers an inside look at what the competitors’ lives are like during the two weeks of competition.
According to the author -- a former British Olympian who preferred to remain anonymous -- it took just one week for athletes to go through 70,000 condoms event organizers supplied them with during the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.
“I was feeling super-guilty for cheating on my boyfriend. And a fellow athlete said, ‘Why? Everyone hooked up last night,’” recalls Todd Lodwick, a five-time Olympic Nordic combined athlete who won two gold medals.
In fact, sex is just one of many extracurricular activities that take place around the vicinities of Olympic Villages worldwide.
As expected, alcohol and drugs are banned at Olympic Villages, but, that doesn’t stop them from sneaking in pretty much anything.
“When I’m there, I’m in two different gears: I’m so focused that I see nothing else, or I’m partying my butt off,” an anonymous female U.S. Olympian told The New York Post.
Of course, no one will ever forget the pictures of 13-time Olympic gold medalist, Michael Phelps, taking “hits from the bong.” As many may recall, there was worldwide outrage and disbelief when photos of the American swimmer smoking pot surfaced on the Internet in 2009.
Speaking of Phelps, remember when that stripper, Theresa White, shared with the world that the “Baltimore Bullet” liked threesomes, short girls and that he “should get another gold medal for lovemaking”?
So, what else can these athletes do after all that? Well, it would appear that there’s only one place to go from there… here’s a hint: it’s not Disney World.
Lodwick explained that after the Olympic Games are done, there’s this “Energy of everyone being done. It’s like, ‘Holy s***!’ There’s an energy felt around blowing it out. It’s a f***ing blast. Everyone’s like: ‘See you in two months at the White House!’”.click here for link click here for link