Should Lance Armstrong have shaken Bevan Docherty hand at the end of yesterday's Ironman 70.3 Panama triathlon to congratulate the race winner?
That's the question that has many international newspapers reporting that Lance Armstrong snubbed Bevan Docherty at the IM Panama 70.3 Finishline.
You can watch the controversial moment in question below as Armstrong crosses the finishline in second and walks past Docherty without even acknowledging the winner of the day's race.
In the video, a clearly miffed Docherty turns his head away after Armstrong walks past without the customary congratulatory handshake.
"I'm not sure what it was all about, I can only assume he was just disappointed to get beaten," Docherty said after the race.
"I did shake his hand a little bit later. He's on a completely different level and planet to us guys [triathletes]. It's great to have him in the sport, he certainly adds something. It's an eye opener to see how he gets mobbed and the chaos around him," Docherty added.
In the United Kingdom the Guardian went with the headline, "Lance Armstrong refuses handshake after finishing second in triathlon."
While in New Zealand the Heard's headline is, "Armstrong snubs Docherty in Panama half ironman"
Check out the video and please let us know what you think in the comments below. Did Armstrong snub Docherty after the race, or was this just a rookie mistake?