Over two hundred thousand condoms, 17,000 toilet papers and free ice cream have been arranged for athletes and officials participating in the Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018.
Organisers in the eastern Australian coast have opted to keep the CWG village as safe and comfortable for the 6,600 officials
The condoms available equate to about 34 per person with an average use of over three per day over the period of the 11 days marquee tournament.
Reports also suggest the competitors can relax with virtual reality computer games, swim, lounge by a man-made waterfall, play the piano or sample the free lollies and ice cream along with 300 chefs that will preparing food including vegan, vegetarian, halal, gluten-free or lactose-free.
In recent times, Sports organizations have come to recognize the sexual and emotional tension surrounding sports competitions, and have decided to make provision for sexual safety.
With just over 6000 athletes competing at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast Australia, every athlete will be eligible for 3 condoms daily for the 11-day competition.
Although this number is nowhere close to the over 2 million condoms that was used at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, it can be a big precursor to many organizers who intend to bring thousands of adults together for a sporting event.
2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games in South Korea broke a winter Olympics condom record by handling out over 110,000 condoms in the competition, this year’s Gold Coast games could yet break another Commonwealth condom records