It's simultaneously one of the most Feel Good and Feel Bad moments of the Rio Olympics so far. American runner Abby D'Agostino was running in a qualifying heat of the women's 5,000 meters when her knee gave out, and she fell to the track, colliding into New Zealand's Nikki Hamblin. Rather than run away, D'Agostino sacrificed her time to help Hamblin up and make sure she's okay.
"Get up. We have to finish this," D'Agostino told Hamblin, reaching out her hand and helping her back up.
"I'm never going to forget that moment," Hamblin said. "When someone asks me what happened in Rio in 20 years' time, that's my story ... That girl shaking my shoulder, (saying) 'come on, get up'."
The two embraced after the race, and D'Agostino finished the race despite the knee injury.
Hamblin also told the New Zealand press that she wished Olympic volunteers would look out for any fallers.
Because of this inspiring moment of sportsmanship, Olympic officials decided that the two runners, as well as Austria's Jennifer Wenth who was affected by the collision, will have places in Friday's final.
Being a good person will help you get ahead, even if at first you fall behind.