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ESPN Analyst Shares Wild Story From ESPN W Summit

On Friday evening, ESPN W was hosting a watch party for the opening ceremony of the 2020 Toyko Olympics. The watch party was on Twitter Space, and the panel consisted of former Olympian Swin Cash, ESPN’s Sarah Spain, and Christine Williamson.

During the discussion, Cash shared some of the things she took away and challenges during her time as an Olympian. Cash was a two-time gold medalist in 2008 and 2012 with the USA Women’s Basketball team.

“That was one for me, having the ability to interact and grow your network of friends in that sports space and not having your family and friends there. So many of these athletes have worked so hard to get to that point, and one of the things I always remember is whenever I won the Gold. The first person I was looking for was my family in the stands because they knew the blood, sweat and tears, ” said Cash.

“They knew all of the adversity you have gone through to really be in that moment and share with them. So, I know that these athletes will miss, but I know it will create an opportunity for them to experience it differently. And I am looking forward to seeing how that happens.”

“They knew all of the adversity you have gone through to really be in that moment and share with them. So, I know that these athletes will miss, but I know it will create an opportunity for them to experience it differently. And I am looking forward to seeing how that happens.”

Cash was then asked by Christine Williamson what was the most nerve-racking part about going to the Olympics.

“I don’t think any of it is nerve-racking, but what comes into play is the protocol that is in place. You understood as an athlete that the testing protocol is still in place even from the Covid standpoint, but for us, it was the drug testing,” Cash said.

“You may be pulled after your game, and there was also the security. Especially, we traveled and stand in different places for us, the men’s and women’s basketball teams. So, obviously, for security reasons, there have been always a different height and sense of what we must do, where we must be, and how we move every Olympics. So, if you can get your mind around it is what it is, then you can enjoy all the other things, and you don’t have to worry about things that much.”

The conversation shifted gears when ESPN’s Sarah Spain asked the question, “Swin, I’m correct you were not married when you were at the Olympics right?”

She replied, “No, I was not.” Spain then asked her to tell the panel and the audience about the sex. First, I listen, like watching Olympic sports, but second in line is hearing about sex and need some stories.

“Well, the good thing for you is I don’t have any stories. I have none, and also I will tell you, my first Olympics. We literally stand on the Queen Mary 2, which was an unbelievable experience itself. Men and Women’s Basketball never stay in the village; we actually visit and leave out. So I hear about the stories Sarah, but unfortunately I have no stories to tell you.”

Since Spain could not get one out of Cash, she then proceeds to one that happened at the ESPN W Summit.

“So, we have this incredible array of Olympic athletes, professional athletes, coaches, women who love women’s sports. We are all at this fancy resort in California, and one of the nights, I was cruising with a bunch of recent Olympians who had their medals around their necks. We are wondering about getting to the wine area post all the panels conversation. And there was a wedding happening in this richy hotel that we were staying in this resort,” said Spain.

“So, we like you should see if they would want to wear your medals, and it was a full Indian wedding, and it was like one of the four-day celebrations. So, we end up crashing this wedding with the gold medals dancing with them the bride and groom are putting the medals on. And after we wear out our welcome and had to leave the wedding. We go to the bar and I am not going to name any names, but there was a group of these three young ladies and they had stories for days. The entire track team from a different country had been in their bedroom. It had been a true meeting of great physical specimens competing for the gold in other ways, and I’m kind of bummed that you can’t add to my collect of Olympic sex stories.”

Cash would add, “I hope no can add to that story, especially with Covid please be safe and let’s focus on getting these medals.”

Apparently, there were cardboard beds, so they could discourage them from participating in those types of activities, according to Willamson.

“They were trying to preserve and be very conscious of the environment and everything else. That is exactly why those cardboard boxes were there,” said Cash.

Spain would finish the conversation by saying, ” I would like to think that the average person is creative enough to know that you do have to have sex in a bed. It would be a sad sale if all of us were fornicated in a bed.”

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