Slopes to sheets: Alpine skiers most active on dating app in PyeongChang

Apparently Tinder isn’t the only dating app full of activity in PyeongChang.

According to TMZ, athletes in the Olympic Village are using Bumble left and right. And the most active group of athletes are the alpine skiers. Strong winds postponed several of the alpine skiing events, so perhaps the athletes some extra time on their hands.

What’s a better way to spend that time than, well, you know.

Anyway, Bumble told TMZ that there has been a significant increase in “swipes” from all competitors, not just Americans, since the Winter Games began. Behind the alpine skiers, “hockey players rank second, freestyle skiers and cross-country skiers tie for third, and snowboarders and ski jumpers bring up the rear,” per TMZ.

How Bumble is quantifying this data is a mystery, but at least we know some of those 110,000 condoms are being put to use.

Norway’s Kjetil Jansrud competes in men’s downhill training at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Jeongseon, South Korea, Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)