Thousands of condoms to be shared to athletes ahead of the winter olympics

Of course you know how cold weather attaches emotions to itself, either ways there’s no excuse for unwanted pregnancy, there’s enough free condoms, lol.

The Winter Olympics, though some events have begun, will be officially brought to light today, Friday, 9th of February with a grand opening ceremony full of pride, passion, tradition and most probably a bit of politics will get the PyeongChang Games underway.

With nearly 3,000 athletes from 93 countries set to compete for a record of 102 medals across 15 different sports, the event is projected to cold, emotional and colorful.

The event which will run down to the 25th of February will see over 110,000 free condoms distributed to the athletes.

Condoms were first publicly distributed at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, to reduce the spread of HIV. By Sydney in 2000, about 90,000 free condoms were given to athletes. At Rio in 2016, athletes were given 450,000 condoms, up from the 150,000 in London and the tradition has since continued.