A staff member carries condoms to refill vending machines at the Olympic Village in Rio. (Getty Images)
Bedrooms in the Olympic Village aren’t outfitted with televisions, so how will athletes pass the time?
Meanwhile, the International Olympic Committee is providing 42 condoms per athlete at the 2016 Rio Olympics, according to some simple division by CNN. A record 450,000 contraceptives — triple the highest previous total — will be available in the village that will house 11,000 athletes next week.
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