WATCH: Sore Loser! Canadian Women’s Hockey Player Takes Off Silver Medal After Loss

USA! USA! USA! After getting dealt with the United States, a sore loser Canadian women’s hockey players took her medal off immediately after it was placed around her neck at the awards ceremony.

During the women’s final, the Canadians went to a shootout after regulation ended in 2-2 tie. The women were able to get the win and it gave the United States their first gold medal in this particular event. Canadian Jocelyn Larocque was so upset about the loss his team took that she couldn’t stand to wear the silver medal while she was still on the podium.

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“It’s just hard,” Larocque said, per a report from Fox News. “You work so hard. We wanted gold but didn’t get it.”

Twitter ripped her for her poor sportsmanship.

Then there were others who stepped in and defended the move of the Canadian sore loser.

But then this Twitter user nailed it.

When you lose and make it about you, you are discrediting the winner. Let them have their moment as a gold medal winner.

Plus Canada has won four gold medals in this event in a row. Let the American women get some shine.

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