He burst through a tunnel, ran the wrong way onto the track; ran outside his lane and still managed to win India's first track gold medal, drawing ecstatic cheers from the loud and raucous partisan human crowd and congratulatory Woofs from the contingent of bomb sniffer-dogs!
'He' is one of India's famous stray dogs who run freely through city streets.
India's proud golden-haired hero is the first four-footed canine to medal at these games finishing under the record time to set a new games record!
After winning the 100 meters sprint he is focusing on the 110 hurdles and if he can round up three more of his mates he says they can seriously contend for the team 4x100 and 40 meter relay events.
An opportunistic spokesperson for PETA pushed his way through the crowds to opportunistically pose with his new-found canine buddy called "Buddy" by his fans.
In response to the 'racially offensive', 'demeaning' and 'insulting' questions posed by media from former - now dwindling - Commonwealth 'powers' (read NZ, Australia, England and SA), Buddy merely cocked his hind leg and barked in doggy-Hindi "Piss on ya mate".
"It's not an uncommon phenomenon," said an international technical director who attends track meets around the world. "We've had dogs, we've had cats, foxes. But this is the first time one has not only won a gold medal but set a new world record"
Meanwhile dozens of Indian eagles continue circling overhead as part of the "eye-in-the-sky" monitoring squadron together with the on-ground monkey security patrols.
IPAAW or India's Patriotic Animals At Work is a main theme at the games showing how man and beast can unite for national security.
A team of Indian dancing bears is also expected to participate in the team gymnastics events, seriously contending for gold, while Ganges dolphins are set to compete in synchro swim events!
Ticket sales have been put in order now that a team of monkeys has taken over the ticket window at the main gate while elephants have been busy cleaning up and hoovering the venue gates.