Study: World Cup Teams That Forbade Players From Having Sex Didn’t Make It To Elimination Round

Posted: July 6, 2014 in Uncategorized


WASHINGTON (CBS DC) — Sex may play a bigger part in success than you’d think.

The Moscow Times reports that a new study published in “Quartz,” has found a link between sex and success at advancing in the World Cup.

The study says that all World Cup teams that imposed a ban on sex failed to make it to the elimination round of the event.

Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Chile, all of which banned sex during the World Cup, each fell short and was eliminated early on in the competition. Mexico also banned sex for its players and got eliminated by the Netherlands in the Round of 16.

Meanwhile, teams such as Brazil, Costa Rica, France, and the Netherlands that have not banned sex or have only placed minor restrictions on sex have each advanced.

Restrictions on sex range from team to team. Brazil, for instance, has a restriction…

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