Athletes of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics have been provided with a record number of condoms.
Time reported that 110,000 condoms were provided for athletes attending the Games - giving the Olympians roughly 38 condoms each for the 16-day competition.
However, Manufacturer Convenience, who donated most of the condoms, said they didn't expect athletes to use them all.
To further ensure athletes had prime opportunities to heat up in what could be the coldest Winter Games in 20 years, dating app Tinder gave athletes free access to its upgraded version which lets users see who's swiped right on them.
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reported that matches in the village increased more than 600%, with a 500% increase of right swipes.
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The dating app also reported a 1,850% increase in people using the "Tinder Passport" feature, which allows users to be on the radar of athletes in the Olympic Village.
An Instagram account, which was taken down, was dedicated to following the Olympic athletes' exploits.
The humorous account, "Tinderpeyongchang," searched and shared screenshots of the Olympic athletes' Tinder profiles.
This year's antics add to the Games long-standing reputation for sex exploits, with past Olympic villages reported as "24-hour party-zones where athletes compete for drunken sex".
In the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics, 10,000 condoms were provided for the 10,500 athletes living in the village, with each one featuring the motto: 'Faster, Higher, Stronger'.
In 2016, Rio handed out a record-breaking 450,000 condoms alongside condom dispensers that featured the motto "celebrate with a condom".
Condoms were first given out at the Seoul Olympic Games in 1988.
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