Although countless swimmers all around the world dream of winning a gold medal someday, only a few get to stand at the Olympics podium every four years and actually receive one. But it looks like one man experienced some of the excitement of earning the international sports honor on Wednesday -- and he doesn't even swim.
Australian swimmer Kyle Chalmers made Olympic history for his home country on Wednesday night, when he beat out both Nathan Adrian of Team USA and his fellow teammate Cameron McEvoy in the 100-meter freestyle event in Rio. But in their rush to congratulate the 18-year-old swimming champion, many of his fans directed their praise to the wrong Kyle Chalmers on Twitter, according to a report by Mashable. And, well, his reaction was basically perfect: