Max Whitlock beat his GB teammate Louis Smith on the pummel horse to become a double Olympic champion at Rio.
It was only an hour after he became the first British male to win an Olympic gold on the individual floor, and Smith couldn't hide his disappointment as Whitlock's score was announced.
Smith was looking for pommel horse redemption, after falling during the team event which put Britain out of the running for a medal, but lost out to his teammate after 23-year-old Whitlock did a routine with a higher start value.
Suddenly we're all into gymnastics and seriously impressed.
-- Sam (@sxmwillixms) August 14, 2016
-- Claire Storr (@clairestorr92) August 14, 2016
But viewers were quick to notice Smith didn't congratulate his teammate (and rival) immediately.
Well done Max Whitlock! Shame Louis Smith couldn't be the first one to go &congratulate him. Poor sportsmanship.
-- Sandra Batchelor (@SandraBatchelo1) August 14, 2016
-- Scott Kelly (@lolscott) August 14, 2016
i cannot deal with the beef between max whitlock and louis smith
-- country fish (@KEN1A_) August 14, 2016
Turns out it might just be podium etiquette though.
-- Sam Miles (@SamMiles87) August 14, 2016
Aw, leave him alone.
What's with the hate towards Louis Smith. He's allowed to be disappointed even if he lost to his teammate. He worked 4 years for the gold!
-- Aya (@AyaHussein) August 14, 2016
These criticisms of Louis Smith are beyond ridiculous. A pioneer of modern men's gymnastics in Britain - is he not allowed to feel emotions?
-- Callum Bailey (@callum_bailey3) August 14, 2016