Cross Country Skier Gets Help From Opposing Coach Mid-Race
This is why the Olympics are great. It's a bunch of incredibly hard-working people trying their damndest to compete and perform to the very best of their ability. If this story evidences anything, it's that there is a communal acknowledgement that each athlete deserves the chance to grab gold.
In the finals of the men's cross country skiing sprint, Russia's Anton Gafarov crashed but still managed to finish the race thanks to Canadian coach Justin Wadsworth, who ran onto the course to help him.
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