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Aww! See The Amazing Moment Shaunae Miller Win Gold For Bahamian By Diving Towards The End Of The Race

dive2American sprinter Allyson Felix would’ve had another Olympic gold medal instead of a silver if Shaunae Miller had stayed on her feet. Miller, a fantastic runner from the Bahamas, beat Felix in the women’s Olympic 400-meter sprint on Monday night by diving, belly-first, for the finish line.
Miller came out of the blocks with a big lead on Felix, but as she approached the finish line, she seemed to run out of gas, with Felix breathing down her neck in the last few meters. So Miller dove, her torso crossing the finish line at 49.44 seconds, seven hundredths of a second before Felix’s 49.51.
The race ended with Felix on her feet, and Miller on the ground looking spent. If Miller had stayed upright, she would have lost.
Miller said she didn’t intentionally dive at the end, she said:
“I don’t know what happened. My mind just went blank,” Miller said. “I don’t know what happened. My mind just went blank,” Miller said. “The only thing I was thinking about was the gold medal, and the next thing I know, I was on the ground.”
“I heard my mom screaming,” Miller said. “When I heard her screaming, I was like, ‘OK, I had to have won the race.'”
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