Alexandra Raisman of the U.S. competes in the women's gymnastics balance beam final at the London 2012 Olympic Games (Photo : Reuters)
Rumors are rampant at the social life the Olympic athletes encounter during an Olympic games, from swimmer Ryan Lochte to gymnast Ally Raisman.
No, the two aren't going steady, but both elaborate on the events taking place when not competing.
For the two-time gold medalist, Raisman recently tweeted evening plans among the female and male gymnasts.
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"Okay I have no idea were going with the guy gymnasts to some club I'll find out for you were so nervous. Omg," wrote Raisman.
The tweet was shortly deleted and wrote "So excited to go to sleep early tonight Long but fun day!!!"
The 18-year-old won't find any problems partying in London, as the legal age is 18, compared to 21 in the US. However, with the media spotlight shining on her and the fact her parents are still attending the Olympics, it might have been best not to tell your plans to the public.
The partying life at the Olympics isn't rare. For countless Olympic Games feature stories of wild nights and drunken mornings.
Lochte previously stated, "My last Olympics, I had a girlfriend, big mistake. Now I'm single, so London should be really good. I'm excited."
Olympic soccer gold medalist Hope Solo spoke about sneaking an undisclosed celebrity at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics and waking up drunk during an appearance on NBC's Today.
Olympic organizers have ordered 100,000 condoms for the 2012 London Olympics, an increase of 30,000 compared to the 2000 Sydney Summer Olympics as they were sold out quickly.
"I'd say it's 70 percent to 75 percent of Olympians," said Lochte, when asked about the number of athletes looking for a "fun" night. "Hey, sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do."