Video: Watch TAMU Hurdler Infinite Tucker 'Superman' Dive to Win SEC Title Race

Christopher Simpson@@CJSimpsonBRFeatured ColumnistMay 13, 2019

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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Infinite Tucker.

Not only can he leap hurdles in a single bound, Tucker found a unique way to win gold when he pipped Texas A&M team-mate Robert Grant to the finish line in the men's 400-metre hurdle event at the SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships:

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He went full Superman! @aggietrk's Infinite Tucker goes ALL OUT for the gold. #SCtop10 https://t.co/gEr05kdPd9

The "Superman" dive carried him across the line to victory, ensuring he went one better than last year in this event when he won silver.

Tucker was delighted to have picked up the win this time around:

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Comments from Infinite Tucker on his diving victory in the SEC 400m hurdles. https://t.co/PhCOb2ozzO

Landing face-first on the track looked painful and he may have some bruises to show for it, but it was evidently worth it for the gold.


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