KRON4 Morning Buzz: How a diver won a track and field race

Morning Buzz

The Warriors continue to blaze their trail to the Western Conference Final tonight in Oakland. 

Golden State made it look easy in Game 1: the Splash Brothers combined for 62 points, leaving Portland and Steph’s little brother Seth in the dust.

The San Jose Sharks may have gotten a hand, but they beat them 5-4 last night, so thumbs up! 

Committed Sharks fans also got in on free tattoos yesterday in San Jose. 

They’re doing it on all the away game days during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which means you have another chance to get inked in San Jose on Friday when they play Game 4 in St. Louis. 

Meanwhile, who knew you don’t have to be a swimmer to plunge across the finish line? 

Texas A&M track star Infinite Tucker just clinched victory in the 400m hurdles by performing a “Superman drive” over the finishing line. 

The rules say whoever’s torso crosses first wins the race — that’s why they usually stick out their chest. 

In this case, if he hadn’t thrown his hand out, he would have hit head first. 

He says it’s infinite love for his mom that made him do it; he says he saw her at the finish and jumped to give her a hug. 

He got the gold medal. 

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