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Opening ceremony marked the start of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Great sports stories are about to take shape in the Asian country. But nevertheless, curiosities will not stop being part of the event. One of the most striking aspects is the anti-sex beds in the Olympic Village. However, players of The Tri They decided to end the myth that surrounds these cardboard beds.
For scientific purposes, Mexican athletes testing the anti-sex beds 😂
– Wiso Vazquez (@WisoVazquez) July 22, 2021
The players of the Mexican team, Jesús Angulo, Adrián Mora and Joaquín Esquivel they decided to conduct their own tests on these cardboard beds. The football players they were thrown in them to check their stability. After they were filmed, the Aztec players were able to check the firmness of the beds.
🛏️ OLYMPIC ATHLETES TEST THE RESISTANCE OF THE “ANTISEX” BEDS? FROM TOKYO 2020
– Radio Sudamericana (@rsudamericana) July 19, 2021
Anti-sex beds caused a sensation at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics
The reason why the Organizing Committee decided to implement these properties responds to measures against COVID-19. In this sense, they decided to include in the Olympic Village more than 18,000 cardboard beds to prevent sexual intercourse between athletes. In theory the beds only support the weight of one person, but the El Tri players proved otherwise.
– FERNANDO SCHWARTZ #nuncabajolosbrazos (@ fersch_4) July 15, 2021
Even another significant feature is that later the beds after the event can be recycled. This is one more measure for the residential complex built in Harumi. The authorities of the International Olympic Committee they want to avoid the accumulation of people as much as possible. The organizers have asked the participating athletes to be kept in the Villa’s facilities for a very short time, namely, five days before competing and then they must leave two days after their discipline ends.
The Olympic Village has been opened for athletes from # Tokyo2020.
Some measures to be taken
📍21 buildings of 14 and 18 floors, 18 thousand beds will be used. pic.twitter.com/8ueK5qgpAa
– Ciro Procuna (@cprocuna) July 13, 2021
In sports matters, Mexico started with the right foot its participation in the Olympic tournament. El Tri managed to beat André Pierre Gignac’s French team. Their next match will be next Sunday, July 25, against the host team. Japan has just beaten South Africa 1-0, the other member of Group A.
# Olympic | First game, first win. 🇲🇽 ✅
– National Team (@miseleccionmx) July 22, 2021
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