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The driver has also been charged with deprivation of liberty.
'My friend took one of the girls to the bedroom we shared, while I started kissing the other one in the sitting room.
I told him she was just being polite, but he thought she was really into him.
I went over to test my theory, inviting her back to ours for a drinking game.
I find it opens doors, along with my ability to come across confident rather than arrogant - there is a fine line.
Sprinters and happy endings aside, when it comes to the discipline whose athletes are most up for flirting and fun, our man insists it it the female swimmers who are the most up for it – followed by the track and field athletes, he says.'They are the most reserved.
“We’re very professional in that we draw a line and when we’re at hockey we are Kate and Helen, hockey players and teammates,” team captain Kate Richardson-Walsh told the BBC in 2014. It’s important that line is drawn and to be able to say to each other, ‘that’s not good enough’ and not start having a row about it afterwards.”Eaton and Theisen-Eaton met as teammates at the University of Oregon but will be competing on behalf of different countries at the Rio Games.
Eaton, a decathlete and gold-medal winner, is part of Team USA while Theisen-Eaton, a heptathlete, is part of Team Canada. “We’re both driven individuals, and even though we are both athletes and both go through hard times as athletes ― maybe it’s an injury, or maybe it’s an event you can’t figure out or maybe you don’t win a meet that you wanted to ― we are supportive of one another in those tough times, and that’s how you really get close to someone and grow,” Eaton told People earlier this month.
High jinks: Athletes have a lot of energy to expend once their events are over, as Robbie Grabarz demonstrates here by stripping off after winning bronze in the high jump (note: Grabarz's antics are limited to this photograph and he is otherwise unrelated to this story) The Games provides one of the few occasions in the sporting calendar where athletes of all disciplines intermingle - and with the training and competition heating up, testosterone levels are at an all-time high.
Choosing to remain anonymous to protect his position within the world-class team, our Team GB member has spilled the beans on some of the antics that went on during the two weeks of the Olympic Games...'People often think that because you're an athlete you have to behave a certain way,' he says.
The Team GB member says they were not supposed to take girls from other teams back to their dorms – but that as long as the athletes had accreditation to get into the village, the security would usually turn a blind eye to girls being brought into men's accommodation – especially if they were rewarded with pin badges or free kit.