The women are the first married gay couple to compete at the Olympics, which means that love is winning right alongside the Olympians in Rio.While not every single Olympian is looking to get married, we definitely know that Olympic athletes are indeed hooking up with each other.(New Olympic event idea: drain the pool and fill it with millions of condoms. )According to American soccer player Hope Solo, the Olympic Village is full of athletes hooking up.The Olympian told ESPN, "With a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you want to build memories, whether it's sexual, partying or on the field. On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty." So, apparently that ban on outdoor sex placed during the Seoul 1988 Games was more of a light suggestion.British diver Tom Daley pointed out the exact reason why Olympians can't get enough of each other in the Olympic Village.
As someone with zero athletic ability who can't possibly get on Leslie Jones' level when it comes to Olympics enthusiasm, I've never been anywhere near an Olympic Village, but that doesn't stop me from wondering about what all of those Olympians are doing when they aren't competing. Plus, staying together in the Olympic Village makes it easy to meet other singles. Tinder has already seen a 129 percent increase in matches on the dating app in the Olympic Village area since the Olympics began.Olympians aren't the only ones breaking world records at the Olympics this year — there are 450,000 condoms being distributed at the Rio Olympics this summer, which is the highest amount of condoms ever given out in the Olympic Village.