Though the organizers do know it’s important to stay protected while you play hard — hence, the abundant supply of condoms at many locations around the Olympic athletes village. Good job, organizers.
Like, oh, say… the dining hall. It is one of the best ways to work of the calories, after all.
Single greatest thing in #Rio2016 athletes' village?
The condom machine AT THE EXIT OF THE DINING HALL. pic.twitter.com/pt9RbKyiH9
— Greg Wyshynski (@wyshynski) August 4, 2016
And then athletes and spectators are greeted by this cheery gent reminding us all to “don’t be a fool; cover your tool.”
— Adèle Smith (@adelesmith100) August 4, 2016
Not all heroes wear capes. Some wear green shirts, and a bag full of condoms.
Meet Eric, the guy whose job it is to walk around the Olympics with a big sack of condoms pic.twitter.com/wieV9kW0N8
— Rodger Sherman (@rodger_sherman) August 7, 2016
Arguably the most important man at the Rio Olympics – Eduardo Fonseca, the "condom guy" with his free offerings. pic.twitter.com/DocWVviCGf
— Tom Goldman (@TomGoldmanNPR) August 1, 2016
Can women carry condoms? Hell yes.
Picture of the Olympics: Man in the women's restroom restocking the condom machine at the press center. pic.twitter.com/ROuH5RtJw8
— Charean Williams (@NFLCharean) August 9, 2016
Though this display won everything.