In the latest example of "you get what you pay for," multiple Spanish athletes have taken to Twitter to air some not-so-subtle complaints about the country's new not-so-subtly terrible Olympic uniforms from Russian design firm Bosco. "It's best I don't comment," gold-medal winning canoieist Saul Craviotto tweeted, along with the above picture.
“When you measure the difference between paying one and a half million of public money and free clothes, there is no discussion," Committee president Alejandro Blanco told Spanish radio, per Reuters. When asked why no Spanish outfitters had been asked to provide the uniforms, Blanco said no Spanish company had volunteered. (That's probably because -- we're just spitballing here -- they wanted to be paid.)
Source: CBS Sports