Watching U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte cut through the water or the Dutch women’s field hockey team do, well, practically anything, it’s easy to see why so much sex is expected during the Olympics. It’s also easy for us channel-flipping spectators to feel a little self-conscious. Perhaps finding your Summer Games body twin might help. BBC has you covered with its athlete “body match” site.
A little too much body came into view during NBC’s telecast Wednesday of the women’s water polo match between the U.S. and Spain. Live coverage of the event resulted in an apparent “nip-slip” by one of the athletes caught on an underwater camera. Back to a tape-delayed broadcast it is.