Brazilian runner Joao Vitor de Oliveira resorted to using a "strange" method of flying in the air in order to ensure that his fingertips cross the finish line before his opponent and win the 100-meter hurdles at the Portuguese Athletics Championships.
Brazilian sprinter Joao Vitor de Oliveira resorted to using a "strange" method of flying in the air to ensure that his fingertips crossed the finish line before his opponent and won the 100m hurdles at the Portuguese Championships. In an unprecedented phenomenon as shown in the video, the defender of the famous SL Benfica club, jumped and flew in the last meters, while he was in an equal competition with the Portuguese sprinter Abdelkader Larinaga, the Sporting Lisbon runner. , which allowed Brazilian Oliveira to cross the finish line with a time of 13 seconds and 83 seconds in first place and grab the victory by three parts per thousand from the Portuguese Larinaga.
Creative? or playing around the rules ? 😉
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