French marathon runner Morhad Amdouni appeared knock a whole row of water bottles onto the floor, on the final day of the Tokyo games.
Running 26.5 miles is difficult enough to do on the best of days but doing it in 27 degree heat with Olympic medals on offer only adds to the hardship.
Fortunately for the runners at the Olympic games there is always water stations at the side of the road, at certain points in the race.
However on Sunday morning, some runners may have missed out around the 17 mile mark, when Amdouni knocked over around 20 water bottles before grabbing the final one on the row.
Whilst there are plenty of other tables of water, and volunteers to restock, it’s quite clear that the athlete right behind Amdouni didn’t manage to grab one because of the destruction in front of him.
The 33-year-old was in the lead group at the time, and in the chance of a medal, however he couldn’t last the pace and ended up finishing 17th,
Eliud Kipchoge was the eventual winner, with the Kenyan becoming just the third man to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals in the marathon, having won in Rio five years ago.
Twitter was abuzz of the situation.