The Panamanian boxer Atheyna Bylon is already in Japan for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, and her arrival at the Olympic Village cleared up a doubt for the fans.
Cardboard beds, also referred to by various media as 'anti-sex', to avoid relationships between athletes during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were a trend all week, and Atheyna Bylon, a Panamanian boxer, quickly cleared the doubt upon arrival.
Bylon arrived in Japan on Saturday, where she moved to the Olympic Village, where she has already settled in the assigned room for the Olympic Games.
On her official Instagram, Atheyna Bylon posted a photo of the bed, with the following text: "The most popular question is that beds are made of cardboard", along with a descriptive image of the situation.
The Tokyo 2020 organization commissioned 18,000 beds made of cardboard that only support the weight of an athlete , in order not only to prevent participants from being exposed to the coronavirus
, but also to use sustainable and recyclable materials.
The Olympic Village has always been a meeting place for athletes, even in the last Winter Games in Pyeongchang, the use of the Tinder application rose up to 350% , and in the summer of Rio 2016 the organizers distributed 450,000 condoms, about 42 per athlete.