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This Guy's Job Is To Carry A Bag Of Condoms At The Olympics

Not all heroes wear capes.

Posted on August 12, 2016, at 10:42 a.m. ET

Rodger Sherman, a reporter for SB Nation, spotted this young professional on Sunday doling out condoms at the Olympics.

Meet Eric, the guy whose job it is to walk around the Olympics with a big sack of condoms

And pretty much everyone had the same reaction...

Sadly, Sherman wasn't able to interview Eric, because he was super busy.

And apparently he's not the only rubber distributor in Rio.

Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com

Look at these guys just nailing it in the 200-metre freestyle condom carry.

It seems that the vending machine full of 450,000 condoms that was provided by the International Olympics Committee just wasn't enough.

Buda Mendes / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com

Or maybe they thought, Why make these exhausted Olympians go get condoms when we can bring the condoms to them?

Eric, you the real MVP.

Meet Eric, the guy whose job it is to walk around the Olympics with a big sack of condoms

Via Twitter: @rodger_sherman

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