Olympian's tearful grandparents watch him win gold ... and my heart just grew three sizes

Kyle Chalmers, from Australia, may have the most loving and supportive grandparents ever.

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  • At just 18 years old, swimmer Kyle Chalmers took first place in the men's 100-meters freestyle event at the Rio Olympics. He's the first Australian to win the 100-meters swim since 1968. He shocked the world when he came back from 7th place to steal the win.

  • His grandparents were watching on TV the whole time. Watching them watch him may be the most heartwarming thing to do all week. Take a look:

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David Snell is a writer for the FamilyShare team. He's trilingual (English, Spanish and Movie Quotes). He's got a BA in communications and is married to one incredibly fantastic girl.

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