Denise Lewis: I was all ears on fellow Olympians making love

Spoiler: Not everybody is, in reality, making love at the Olympic Village.

But they may be listening.

Olympian Denise Lewis confessed not just was she “tired” throughout downtime at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, however that she and other professional athletes would listen through the wall to their equivalents who were getting fortunate.

” I do remember one event where there was somebody actually ‘at it,’ and I got a call,” Lewis admitted on “A League of Their Own,” the British video game program formerly hosted by James Corden. “Well, we were tired. Bored.”

She would not admit who was getting it on or who called her, however did share that she and some Great Britain colleagues hurried over to the space and cupped their ears to the wall for some casual voyeurism.

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Winning a gold medal for Great Britain in the heptathlon may’ve kept Lewis too hectic to get hectic.

Sex among the world’s finest professional athletes on top phase is absolutely nothing brand-new though.

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The 2000 Games are infamous for nearly lacking prophylactics. Organizers bought 70,000 however that wasn’t enough, and 20,000 more were entered.

Condoms initially openly emerged at the Olympics in 1988 when professional athletes in Seoul were offered an overall of 8,500 in an effort to lower the spread of HIV.

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Four years later on at the Winter Olympics in Albertville, that number more than quadrupled with each professional athlete getting 3 complimentary prophylactics. Later on that exact same year at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, the number once again tripled with 90,000 prophylactics purchased.

In the years following, the number has actually typically hovered around 100,000 in spite of a low of 15,000 offered in Atlanta in1996 20 years later on, the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio provided 450,000 prophylactics(enough for 42 per professional athlete!). That year, female prophylactics were readily available for the very first time, along with 175,000 packages of lube.

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Earlier this year, organizers for the 2020 Tokyo Games given out 160,000 prophylactics however asked professional athletes to conserve them up until after they left and even motivated keeping them as mementos. Professional athletes were under stringent COVID guidelines and reports even spread out that they were offered cardboard beds that would break if inhabited by more than a single person.

The beds were made from cardboard, nevertheless that belonged to a formerly revealed sustainability. And professional athletes made certain to show that their beds can almost anything.

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