Pyeongchang is going above and beyond to make sure that every athlete practices safe sex at the Winter Olympics.

South China Morning Post reports that a whopping 110,000 condoms will be given out this year. With a total of 2,925 athletes, that's about 37.6 each marking it the largest number of condoms distributed in the history of the Winter Olympics. And even if that runs out, the site claims that condoms will also be available in men and women's restrooms in addition to the media and medical centers throughout the Olympic Village.

Convenience Co donated 100,000 of the condoms for "a successful hosting of the Winter Olympics and the prevention of the spread of the HIV virus."

A hundred thousand condoms were passed out during the 2010 Vancouver and 2014 Sochi games. Things heat up a bit more during the Summer Olympics: For the 2016 Rio Games, Brazil passed out 450,000 condoms (and 175,000 packets of lube). However, more people compete in the Summer Games than the Winter; 10,500 competitors showed up at Rio.

Olympics spokesperson Chung Geun-sik told Morning Post that they "don't expect the athletes to use them all." But according to an E! insider, things can get pretty wild.

"It's pretty intense," the anonymous insider told the site. "Some athletes wait until after their competition [to party] and then others have hookups between practices because they say sex actually helps them reach for the gold." Either way, they'll have more than enough condoms to practice safe sex.

Pyeongchang's Winter Olympics runs from Feb. 9 to Feb 25.