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Each day, the shaggy blond was visited by three women, sometimes just hours apart -- an accomplished pole vaulter and former flame; a mighty hurdler who "tried to dominate me," Greer says; and a "very talented" vacationer from Scandinavia. The village becomes "a pretty wild scene, the biggest melting pot you've been in," says Eric Shanteau, an American who swam in Beijing Hi 5 cast dating will be heading to London.
One skier tells a story from the Vancouver Games inwhen six athletes -- "some Germans, Canadians and Austrians" -- got together at a home outside the Whistler village. For a few and the most committed, the games continue -- all the way home. At the Montreal Games, three-time Olympic diver and four-time gold medalist Greg Louganis, appearing in his first Olympics at age 16, developed a kinship with the boys on the Soviet Union diving team and soon found himself partying in their rooms.
Lots and lots of sex.
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This time, when I'm done leaving my legacy on the track, I'll make sure London remembers me. Says Swiss swimmer Dominik Meichtry: Halfway through the Summer Olympics in Sydney, he and his rifle-toting teammates were finished with their events, and the U.
At the Lillehammer Games intwo German bobsledders tried using their medals as currency. It was crazy," Louganis says. When they go out for a drink, it's 20 drinks.
The athlete compound soon becomes the site of an uneasy dance between jocks on a post-competition bender and those who have yet to compete. With a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you want to build memories, whether it's sexual, partying or on the field.
They're getting on a bus and we're intoxicated, wearing fedoras, looking like crap.
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But that's my Olympic secret. To join, prospective members need only have spectacular talent and -- we long assumed -- a chaste devotion to the most intense competition of their lives.
From outright propositioning other athletes to hooking up with Olympians from all over the world, Team USA seemingly likes to go for gold on the field and in the bedroom. But a teammate in Athens had a better idea: On the grass, between buildings, people are getting down and dirty. There are some other interesting Olympic village stories that don't include sex, as well.
It turned into a whirlpool orgy. What does all that add up to? Then, at the Sydney Games, 70, condoms wasn't enough, prompting a second order of 20, and a new standing order ofcondoms per Olympics.
Everyone's meeting people and trying to hook up with someone.