Last night saw a historic win for Britain as Chris Mears and Jack Laugher took home the gold medal in the synchronised springboard diving - something which has never been done before by Team GB.
But people on social media found some of the media coverage of the momentous occasion left a LOT to be desired by focusing on the hug the divers shared when they found out they'd won.
-- Daily Mail U.K. (@DailyMailUK) August 11, 2016
They took to Twitter to vent their frustrations about the language used - such as telling the young world champs to "steady on" and comparing them to the Chinese bronze medalists who went for "a manly pat on the back". They also thought the pair deserved to celebrate however they pleased.
-- Barry Grant (@Bazgrant1) August 11, 2016
Apparently hugging is not very 'manly'. This backward view of gender behaviour and casual homophobia has to stop. pic.twitter.com/nuJl1RCMxd
-- WayneDavid (@WayneDavid81) August 11, 2016
-- Stewart McDonald MP (@StewartMcDonald) August 11, 2016
Homophobic charity Diversity Role Models has condemned the 'perpetuating of the gender stereotypes' in reporting.
-- Diversity RoleModels (@DiversityRM) August 11, 2016
And it does seem as though the angle of the coverage has since changed.
This isn't actually the first time the papers have landed themselves in hot water (excuse the pun) over their coverage of the diving, when Tom Daley's partner Daniel Goodfellow was absent from many of the front pages following the pair's bronze success on Monday.