Sportsmanship?!: Sjinkie Knegt is not shy about showing the world how he really feels about finishing in second place.
The short track speedskater was part of the Netherlands’ team for the 5000-metre relay final at the European championships — the last major event before the Sochi Olympics. He finished the race just behind Viktor Ahn, who sealed the gold-medal win for Russia.
Ahn raised his arms and pointed two fingers in the air to celebrate. In a less positive gesture, Knegt also raised two fingers — the middle ones. The gesture earned Knegt disqualification from the event. (Photo: Robert Michael/AFP/Getty Images)