first_img With a name like Infinite Tucker, you’re bound to have a few superhero-like skills.Texas A&M University track star Infinite Tucker claimed victory in the 400-meter hurdles event at the 2019 SEC Track & Field Championships by performing a spectacular “Superman dive” over the finishing line.Tucker was neck-and-neck with his teammate Robert Grant on the final leg of the race, held in Arkansas. After clearing the final hurdle, Tucker charged the finish line and went “full Superman,” diving across it to take the win over Grant.Like a true superhero, Tucker tried to downplay the dramatic finish. “I saw my [mother] at the finish, and I jumped to give her a hug.” he told ESPN. “And that’s all it is.”He went full Superman! @aggietrk‘s Infinite Tucker goes ALL OUT for the gold. #SCtop10 pic.twitter.com/gEr05kdPd9— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) May 12, 2019Texas A&M head coach Pat Henry joked about Tucker’s dramatic win. “I’ve told Tucker ‘you can’t get there faster diving, just run through and you’ll be fine,’” Henry said. “He thought he was a swim team guy today.”Tucker, who finished second in last year’s championship race, had a winning time of 49.38 seconds. He is currently the U.S. and collegiate leader for the 2019 season and ranks 10th on the world list.More on Geek.com:Watch: Gymnast Sets World Record for Insane Backflip Between BarsWatch: Daredevil Pilot Lands Plane on Wooden PierMusher Drops Out of Iditarod Race After Dogs Band Together and Quit on Him Basketball Pro Suspended When Drug Test Revealed He Was ‘Pregnant’Nothin’ But Net for Toyota’s Guinness Record-Winning Basketball Bot Stay on targetlast_img read more