College Hurdler Goes Full 'Superman' To Win Gold Medal In Close Race
A hurdler left it all out on the track during a dramatic finish at the 2019 SEC Track & Field Championships over the weekend. Infinite Tucker, a junior at Texas A&M University, is the new SEC 400-meter hurdle champion after he went full "Superman" to the finish line in a close race Saturday.
After clearing all the hurdles, Tucker and teammate Robert Grant were neck and neck as they approached the end of their championship race. Once the finish line was in close enough proximity, Tucker dived with his arms out and beat Grant by a nose. The New York native fell to the ground, but earned a gold medal for his last-second leap.