The Associated Press
August 5, 2012
Hungary's Peter Modos celebrates after his victory over Denmark's Haakan Erik Nyblom in a 55-kg bronze medal match in Greco-Roman wrestling competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Sunday, Aug. 5, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

Hungarian wrestler Peter Modos certainly isn't sneezing at a bronze medal.

After beating Denmark's Erik Nybloom to win a bronze out of the 55-kilogram consolation bracket, Modos ran over and jumped so high into his coach's arms that his torso nearly smacked his coach's shoulder.

Modos then ran across the mat and did a cartwheel, which he followed with a succession of backflips.

He also hugged Nybloom, who understandably wasn't all that into it.

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