If they gave gold medals for Olympics celebrations, Australian swim coach Dean Boxall would be nearly impossible to beat.
20-year-old Australian simmer Ariarne Titmus made her stamp at the Summer Games Monday, when she chased down US star Katie Ledecky to win gold in the 400-meter freestyle. Titmus posted the second-fasted time in history during the thrilling race. But as incredible as her victory was, the reaction from her swim coach dominated social media.
Boxall passionately strutted around his perch at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre, ripping his mask off in the mostly empty arena. The coach let out a scream, before pumping his fist and grabbing onto the glass partition like he was a cowboy latched onto a bull,