But as ESPN has enlightened us (several weeks ago - where were we?), it's party central, and the biggest question is when you should have your fun. Anytime? Or must you wait until after your event?
Or maybe the biggest question is just who to do it with. Or how many Olympians is too many Olympians to have in your bed. (At once, or one at a time?)
At least the IOC is prepared. In Sydney (2000), they learned that 70,000 condoms wasn't enough, so for each Olympic since, they've had a standing order of 100,000.
This year, they've given out 150,000. We'll help: that's 10-15 condoms per athlete. And since some Olympians are in their last quarter of life (and others are in their first), we'll assume it's more like 15-20 per athlete. Or even 20-25.
I mentioned this to my NBC-producer friend who replied: Oh Sarah, they have the most FUN 3-pack condom in the vending machines... Flags, mascots and all :)
But let's take it back to the ESPN article; this is one you won't want to skip. In fact, it'll probably make you want to become an Olympian. And if you shoot or ride, there might still be a chance.