People say it all the time, nothing brings people together quite like the Olympics. You can say that again. The Olympic Village is a cool place. Most of the athletes are all staying there and when you get that many mostly young and in-shape people who are having the times of their lives, good times are bound to happen.
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Every four years, we are blessed with the Summer Olympics, which brings some of the best athletes in the world together to a single city. As someone with zero athletic ability who can't possibly get on Leslie Jones' level when it comes to Olympics enthusiasm, I've never been anywhere near an Olympic Village, but that doesn't stop me from wondering about what all of those Olympians are doing when they aren't competing. Are they sleeping? Are they training for their next event? Are they eating their weight in food? Or, are they embracing what must be the most athletic and intense dating pool on the planet — are Olympic athletes hooking up with each other?
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CNN -- It's Valentine's Day, and the Olympic village is in the mood -- at least that's the story according to one champion athlete at this month's Games. Slopestyle gold medalist Jamie Anderson revealed she had to delete her account with online dating app Tinder before her snowboard event in order to focus on the Olympics. Weekly published Wednesday. In the mountain village it's all athletes.
They say that couples who play together, stay together. Below, 12 twosomes who are competing at the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro and giving us major RelationshipGolds. Bronze medallists! Kate and Helen made history this year before they even took the field in Rio. They are the first married same-sex couple to compete in the Olympic Games.