If you watched the men's marathon, you know that the leader towards the end of the race (had 45 s lead on pack), was tackled during the race by a spectator. It cost him the lead and he was injured during the attack. He managed to finish the race, but came third. The IOC awarded him a "Pierre de Coubertin Sportsmanship Award". Do you think that's enough? Just right? What should be done? Unfortunately, you can't say he defnitely would have won had the attack not occured but you also can't say he wouldn't have. I read that the attacker-a defrocked Irish priest who has done this before, and was drunk-was jailed and recieved a 'slap on the wrist'.