With less than 100 days to go to the opening ceremony of the London Olympics, the Argentinian government has screened a controversial advert which shows one of its athletes training on the Falkland Islands.
Under the slogan "to compete on English soil, train on Argentine soil", the motivational video screened last night shows Olympic hockey player Fernando Zylberberg running through the streets of Port Stanley.
To rousing music, Zylberberg runs past a series of Falklands icons including penguins, wind turbines a red phone box and a traditional English church.
He also passes a fluttering Union Flag, the town's Globe Tavern pub and the home of the local Penguin News newspaper.
Zylberberg finally sifts the sand of a Falklands beach through his fingers before clambering over the rocks to survey the islands, shown with the Argentinean name of Las Malvinas.
It is not the first time Argentina has used the dispute over the territory in relation to the Olympics. Last year a member of Argentine President Cristina Kirchner's political party proposed that the nation's Olympic outfit feature a badge with an image of the Falkland Islands.