Usain Bolt was denied victory in his final individual race, on Saturday night, in London.
The greatest hero of the game in the past decade was beaten to third place in the 100m final at the World Athletics championship.
Surprisingly, the race was won by two-time drugs cheat, Justin Gatlin. His fellow American, Christian Coleman, picked the silver.
Coleman had earlier beaten Bolt to second place in their semi final race.
In the aftermath of the race, everyone seemed to try to pretend that Bolt had won. Gatlin was booed and it was Bolt who was interviewed trackside and told that the whole stadium loved him.
Two years ago, it was said that Bolt had saved the sport when he beat Gatlin at the World Championships. So what must the sport think now?
It was the first time Bolt had been beaten for four years and the first time he had ever been beaten in the semi-finals of a major championships.