As the world watches the greatest athletes, one Olympian always sends a message to his father.
Canadian swimmer, Santo Condorelli has a unique routine as he prepares for his swimming competitions. As he stands on the blocks, through his goggles he scans the crowd at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro for his father. He locates him and raises a finger in recognition, like he’s been doing since he was 8 years old.
No, it’s not a thumb.
Read why this Canadian Olympian flips off his dad before every event from the NYPost; click here.