Brazil’s female olympic synchronized diving team allegedly split after they finished last in their event
Ingrid Oliveira allegedly shut her partner, Giovanna Pedroso out of Olympic Village room to have marathon sex session with male canoeist, Pedro Goncalves
The former partners will now focus on individual events
Ingrid Oliveira (l), reportedly booted Giovanna Pedroso (r), from their shared room so she could spend the night with Brazilian canoeist Pedro Goncalves.
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Brazilian synchronized divers Ingrid Oliveira and Giovanna Pedroso, who took home silver medal winners last year, at the Toronto Pan Am Games, have allegedly split after finishing dead last at the in the 10m synchronized dive event at the 2016 Rio olympics. The pair have gone their separate ways after one’s sex life interrupted the other’s good night sleep. Allegedly, Oliveira kicked Pedroso out of their Olympic Village room so she could have sex.
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20-year-old Ingrid Oliveira it is reported, kicked her partner, Giovanna Pedroso, 16, out of their Olympic Village room for an alleged late-night sex session with Brazilian canoeist Pedro Goncalves.
The pair finished in last place the next day in the 10m platform competition, more than 70 points behind China, and Pedroso dumped her partner soon after.
“After the Olympics, I will focus on my individual,” she told O Globo. “It’s good because I will not need to depend on anyone. Then I will be able to improve and evolve more.” Click Here!
The midnight romp wasn’t the first quarrel the partners had in Rio, either.
Oliviera reportedly wanted to train more for her individual dives while Pedroso wanted to work on their synchronized acts. Goncalves refused to comment on his alleged activities.
“My personal life, I do not speak about,” he told O Globo.
The International Olympic Committee was prepared for athletic affairs, at least, handing out 450,000 condoms in Rio — three times more than in London in 2012.