Record-breaking 110,000 condoms to be made available to Olympic athletes in South Korea
Winter is coming as are the Olympic competitors.
With not as much as seven days to go before the opening of the Winter Olympics in South Korea, a record-breaking 110,000 condoms have been given to be made accessible for all competitors contending in the 2018 diversions — that is 10,000 more than the sum rubbers circulated in Vancouver in 2012 and in Sochi in 2014.
With 2,925 men and ladies set to take an interest, it midpoints out to almost 38 condoms for each competitor over the two-week time frame — however the sheaths will likewise be accessible to individuals from the press and staff.
"Crates with condoms will be set at the two men's and ladies' toilets at competitors' town in Pyeongchang and Gangneung, the fundamental press focus, the restorative town and in addition the therapeutic focus," coordinators told the South China Morning Post.
While the current year's figure marks the most ever to be appropriated at the Winter Olympics, it falls shy of the 450,000 made accessible to competitors amid the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.
"We don't anticipate that competitors will utilize them all," representative Chun Geun-sik stated, including he speculates numerous will be brought home still in the bundle as a gift.
Elastic makers Convenience Co. given a majority of the defensive sheaths, to some degree to spread HIV mindfulness and to keep the spread of the infection.
The huge gift's cost totaled about $93,370, Business Insider revealed.