Well, this was a long time coming!
A source close to the situation confided:
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For someone so committed to sports, you'd think he wouldn't condone cheating…
While Ryan Lochte will go down as the most controversial athlete from the 2016 Summer Olympics thanks to his Rio robbery lie, he's not the only Gold medalist leaving the Games less respected than when he arrived.
That's because the fastest man in all the world, Usain Bolt, was caught cheating on his girlfriend Kasi Bennett when his one night stand shared photos of the pair in bed together!
In fact, TheShadeRoom noticed the 26-year-old is actively liking IG posts that throw shade at the Brazilian homewrecker, such as:
This is pretty ugly…
Joanna Jozwik, a middle distance runner from Poland, is controversially claiming that it feels as though she won the silver medal in the women's 800 meter finals at the Olympics because she was the "second white" to finish the race.
Speaking to Eurosport after the race, Jozwik didn't hold back in her discussion of the race itself — as well as a controversial issue that was surrounding it, too.
Jozwik spoke about South Africa's Caster Semenya, Burundi's second-placed Francine Niyonsaba and Kenya's bronze medalist Margaret Wambui who all finished ahead of her and the fourth place finisher, Canadian Melissa Bishop (below):
This is an incredible show of good sportsmanship.
On Tuesday, two ladies took a tumble at the 2016 Olympics, during the first round of the women's 5000 meters run. US athlete Abbey D'Agostino accidentally clipped New Zealand's Nikki Hamblin from behind, and she fell to the ground.
On her way down, Miz Hamblin also caused Abbey to come crashing to the track.
While the American got back on her feet almost immediately, the 28-year-old stayed down, seemingly hurt and upset. But instead of leaving the New Zealand runner behind, the 24-year-old helped her rival up.
The UK-born Olympian later described the moving moment, saying:
"When I went down I was like 'Why am I on the ground' and suddenly there was this hand on my shoulder."
The Massachusetts native had said to her:
"Come on, get up. We have to finish this race."
However, Abbey was visibly injured after the tumble, limping as she ran alongside her competitor. It wasn't long before Miz D'Agostino had to completely stop, which is when her knee buckled underneath her.
This time, Nikki helped her rival back up, offering support until her fellow runner could move on her own.
Ch-ch-check out the inspirational moment (below)!