Sex parties in the Olympic Village – “you could hardly sleep!”

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How is that supposed to work? Sex at the Olympic Games is only allowed two meters away. Nevertheless, 160,000 condoms are available.

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Former German long jumper Susen Tiedtke thinks the rules that will apply in Tokyo are a joke.

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Because at the Olympic Games, athletes should keep their hands off themselves as much as possible.

Because at the Olympic Games, athletes should keep their hands off themselves as much as possible.

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Tiedtke is convinced that there will be sex parties.  That was the case before.

Tiedtke is convinced that there will be sex parties. That was the case before.

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  • Former long jumper Susen Tiedke doesn’t believe in the sex rules in Tokyo.

  • The German remembers her time in the Olympic Village.

  • There were regular sex parties there, said the 52-year-old.

  • This time, too, it will not be possible to prevent it.

There is officially no sex ban at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, but the rules make it almost impossible to have a good night’s sleep between athletes. Every athlete is monitored via GPS, so in Tokyo you can see everything. In addition, the athletes are encouraged to keep their distance. Nevertheless, 160,000 condoms are being distributed in the Olympic Village.

These rules cause excitement among athletes and ex-athletes. The former German long jumper Susen Tiedtke is annoyed in an interview with a picture: “For me this is a big laugh, it just doesn’t work. Sex is always an issue in the village. The athletes have their physical climax at the Olympics. When the competition is over, they want to live out their energy. “

She met her husband

The now 52-year-old goes on: “There is one party after the other, then alcohol comes into play. It happens that you have sex and there are enough people who strive for that too. You always heard the other’s party, so sometimes you could hardly sleep. “

The German keeps a low profile about her own sex adventures at the Olympics: “I was very good. I met my future husband Joe Greene (also a long jumper, editor) in Barcelona in 1992. I was unresponsive to other men. “

But Tiedtke and Greene didn’t just hold hands: “Our competitions were towards the end of the games. Nothing was going on before, that was tough. The trainers said: ‘When you have sex, the body has to recharge itself energetically.’ So we should stop. After the competition, however, the roommates were considerate if you needed the room for yourself … »

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