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The World Triathlon Series was highlighted by an incredible moment of sportsmanship, as Heather Nauert reported on Fox and Friends Tuesday.

Runner Jonny Brownlee of the United Kingdom was leading the race in Cozumel, Mexico as he approached the finish line.

Suddenly, Brownlee began to wobble and veered toward a water station.

As he began to stagger, his brother Alistair, who was in third place, rounded the final corner and put his arm around Jonny.

South African athlete Henri Schoeman, who was in second at the time, crossed the finish line first, as the Brownlees finished second and third.

Jonny Brownlee collapsed after finishing the race, and was taken to a hospital and was treated for dehydration.

He is expected to be OK.

What do you think of the show of brotherly love? Let us know in the comments.


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