For decades the Olympic games have been known to begin well before the athletes take the field.

To give you a better insight on the Olympic pre-game, Rio de Janeiro is welcoming their 11,000 athletic guests with a distribution of 450,000 condoms and 175,000 packets of lube.

That comes out to about 42 condoms per athlete, along with 15 packets of lube. Plenty of goods to go around, right?

But will the athletes be able to participate in their sex Olympics with Rio’s offered living conditions?

Apart from the general worries about toilet blockage, exposed electrical wires, and leaking pipes (and hell, don’t forget Zika), the world is wondering how anyone is supposed to make use of their host gifts under these conditions.

The U.S. men’s basketball team has already learned its lesson― the team hasn’t stayed in an Olympic village since their first participation in 1992. Instead, they will be staying on a luxury cruise ship called the Silver Cloud.

With the U.S. women’s basketball team.

The Australian athletes seem to have it the worst, and in an attempt to make them feel more at home, Rio's Mayor Edwardo Paes installed a boxing kangaroo in front of their building


Over 600 people are working around the clock to make the living conditions more livable, according to a Rio spokesperson. 

They’re aiming to have the facilities in all 31 buildings up and running by the start of the games―so hopefully the athletes can stay up too.


42 condoms? Challenge accepted. 

[via Thrillest] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]