Jonathan Brownlee, Alistair Brownlee

With the race all but won, Great Britain's Alistair Brownlee had the luxury of walking across the finish in the men's triathlon at the Olympic Games.

Then, his gold medal secured, he collapsed to the ground. He was joined moments later by his brother, Jonathan, who finished in second place and quickly lay down next to his Alistair.

Together, the two brothers secured a historic 1-2 finish in the race:

Even outside of their respective medals, what the Brownlees accomplished is a very rare Olympic feat. Their 1-2 finish is just the 13th time siblings have won gold and silver in the same event at the Olympics.

It's just the third time that's happened since 1992. Rare indeed, and well worth celebrating.

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