Team USA are ‘most flirtatious’ & most likely to look for sex in Olympic village

Team USA often find themselves at least within the top three of the Olympic medal table throughout the course of the Games – but they are comfortably leading the pack in another field.

No matter whether it is the winter or summer Olympics, come rain or shine, if there is a group of highly-charged athletes at the peak of their physical specimen, chances are romance will blossom – for a night at least.

The Olympic Games presents a rare opportunity where athletes of all disciplines are taking residence within minutes of each other, given testosterone levels are likely to be operating at an all-time high, a few flings are almost inevitable.

Of those most likely to charm someone back to their room, Team USA take the gold medal, with former USA women's soccer national team goalkeeper Hope Solo once revealing: "There’s lots of sex going on at the Olympics, I’ve seen people having sex out in the open, getting down and dirty on grass between buildings."

Over the course of the London 2012 Olympic Games, a record 150,000 condoms (50,000 more than its Beijing predecessor in 2008) were handed out to athletes.

That figure equates to 15 condoms for each and every athlete over the course of a 17-day competition.

One anonymous Team GB athlete for the 2012 games attended an after-party hosted by Jamaican superstar Usain Bolt, where they claim to have been propositioned by a duo of medal-winning Team USA swimmers.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, the source said: "They asked us to go back to their dorms for some fun, but we declined. We were with the Ukrainians and thought it would be rude to swap countries.

"Team USA was in general the flirtiest and most up for it," he revealed. "Then the Eastern Europeans – they're so laidback."

According to one Olympian, swimmers, track athletes, beach volleyball players, and gymnasts are some of the most open and sex-positive athletes at the games.

On the other end of the spectrum, rowers and equestrians are the least game for hookups while away at the games.

Such late-night bedroom antics could prove more difficult at the Tokyo 2020 games given the number of Covid-19 related safety protocols, as well as the fact the tournament organisers implemented anti-sex beds in each room.

The eco-friendly beds are made out of recycled cardboard and can hold up to 200kg, but there are rumours the bunks were built to try and deter competitors from hooking up

The beds were rumoured to have been created with the intention of crumbling when more than one person is on top of them, hardly ideal conditions for a late-night rendezvous.

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