Guinea-Bissau's Braima Dabo produced a heart-warming display of sportsmanship as he helped an exhausted Jonathan Busby of Aruba across the line in the 5,000 meters at the World Championships in Doha.
Busby finished in Dabo's arms to huge cheers at the Khalifa International Stadium on Friday before collapsing to the track.
The runner needed medical attention after finishing the race – thanks to the help of Dabo in the final 300m – and was eventually taken away in a wheelchair.
Dabo sacrificed his own race but still ran a personal best of 18 minutes, 10.87 seconds, although Busby was disqualified.
The race, in which Great Britain's Andrew Butchart finished seventh to scrape into the final, was won by Ethiopia's Selemon Barega in a time of 13 minutes, 24.69 seconds.
But for many, it was Dabo who ultimately won with his selfless act.
Some even called for Dabo to be rewarded for his actions.
Kudos To Dabo for giving the world a beautiful moment to cheer for.