Short track speed skater Sjinkie Knegt could learn a thing or two about being gracious in defeat.
A less-than-gracious sport picture of the day runner-up pic.twitter.com/soS9CsUXjD— Guardian sport (@guardian_sport) January 20, 2014
After losing the 5,000-meter relay race to Russia's Viktor Ahn at the European Championships in Dresden, Germany, Knegt raised his middle fingers in dismay toward Ahn, according to Jack De Menezes of The Independent.
It won't be long until we see these two back on a track together. Both will be competing next month in the Winter Olympics.
Thanks to Guardian Sports for the photo.