The Olympics are getting a makeover this year with an emphasis on hot tubs.
Hot tubs are being introduced in Beijing, where the city hosts the games, and the Games are also expected to be held in other venues around the world including in the United States, Mexico, India and the United Kingdom.
Hot Tubs are becoming a big deal in the Summer Olympics, which are held annually in the southern Chinese city of Hangzhou.
They are often seen as a way for athletes to cool down in the heat of the day.
But hot tub boats have also become a hot spot for many athletes who are competing in the games.
There have been multiple fatalities and injuries related to hot tub accidents in China.
There are also concerns that some hot tub safety measures could become more lax in the future, as the government looks to promote the sport.
This is the second time the Olympics have used hot tub facilities to cool athletes down.
The first was in Beijing in 2012, where hundreds of athletes used the hot tub for hot tubbing during the opening ceremony.
This time around, the Games organizers have decided to make the hot water accessible and to make it available to anyone who wants to take part.
More to come.