Bahamas’ Shaunae Miller smart dive wins her 400m gold at Rio Olympics (Photos)

Bahamian Shaunae Miller runner dive to win 400m gold at rio olympics

Smart Bahamian runner, Shaunae Miller lunged with a dive to win the 400m Gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics.

The 22-year-old, beat American, Allyson Felix who was leading the race towards the finish line, by taking a head-first dive like a Superwoman to cause an upset on Monday over America’s top female sprinter in the 400 meters and deny her a record fifth gold medal.

Bahamian Shaunae Miller runner dive to win 400m gold at rio olympics1

Miller won the Gold with the most dramatic dive across the finish the line to win by .07 seconds.

Emotional Miller said, “This is the moment I have been waiting for, I just gave it my all.”

“The only thing I was thinking was the gold medal and the next thing I know I was on the ground,  It was just a reaction.”

A tearful, Felix when asked about the dive, said “I was just focused on myself, I didn’t really have too many thoughts on it.”

“It hurts right now. I don’t think I ever quite had a year this tough.”

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