For a single afternoon, Richmond, B.C.’s Evan Dunfee was an Olympic bronze medallist. The race walker was eventually bumped back to fourth place in the 50-kilometre event after a controversial ruling. With about a kilometre to go, Hirooki Arai of Japan bumped Dunfee in third while trying to pass him. Arai was quickly disqualified from the event and stripped of his bronze medal, bumping Dunfee onto the podium. Several hours later, Japan had successfully appealed the ruling, pushing Dunfee back down to fourth place. "The second I saw the video I didn’t think it was anything worth disqualifying him over,” Dunfee said. “We had the option to appeal the Japanese decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. I told our team I didn’t want to pursue that. “The first thing he said to me was he was sorry and I think that was a big testament to the kind of person he is." Click here to read more.