Morhad Amdouni has sparked a crazy water debate on social media during the Olympic men’s marathon Sunday when he knocked over a row of water bottles at a hydration station before grabbing the last one for himself.
“I’ll probably let the audience be the judge as to whether that’s been done deliberately,” former track and field Olympian Dave Culbert said on Seven News (Australia).
The 33-year-old could be seen knocking over multiple water bottles during the latter stages of the 26-mile race in Sapporo, Japan.
Fortunately for the other athletes, there was another water station just ahead, but people still blasted him for his actions.
Amdouni placed 17th in the event, while Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge defended his title with a dominant performance, finishing the race in 2 hours, 8 minutes, 38 seconds.
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