Olympic athletes have to display an unnatural… level of self-discipline in the build-up to big competitions. Javelin thrower Breaux Greer told ESPN that he had relations with three women every day of the Olympics — two were other Olympians and another was a tourist. Officials thought that 70, rainbow condoms would be enough. It's surely precisely the sort of message that an international athletic event should be promoting. So the news that athletes are performing their own intimate relay races in the privacy of their own filthy, unhygienic village is surely good news. Seoul There were reports of so many condoms found on the roofs of Olympic residences that the Olympic Association banned outdoor sex. Althletes were particularly candid about their sex lives, as well. And judging by the florid prose in the dispatches below, the journalists seem to be pretty overheated as well. BMXer Jill Kintner, who won bronze in Beijing, had told the sports network there are even favored cultures to hook up with. It certainly contradicts the evidence submitted by British heavyweight boxer David Haye: Tinder-gate of Sochi is just the most recent round of faux-surprise that Olympians might, in fact, be having sex. They had to send out for 20, more after a week. Oh, and Beijing authorities distributed , condoms to more than hotels in the Olympic city, said the AFP. At last, though, there is some good news: Admittedly the blame has mainly been attributed by Indian newspapers, and the organisers are denying it "There was no clogging in the drains at the village and no plumber was called in". Think big, organisers of Delhi, and give 'em a closing ceremony the world will never forget!