Zaccardi: Diving for 400m medal is not unprecedented

RIO DE JANEIRO David Neville was watching from his Fort Wayne, Indiana, home when Bahamian Shaunae Miller dived across the line at the end of her victory over Allyson Felix in the Olympic 400m final on Monday night. Naturally, it reminded him of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. At first I didnt think about it, then, probably about two seconds later, Neville said in a phone interview Tuesday afternoon.
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Beijing 2008: David Neville dives for 400m bronze

U.S. athletes swept the 400m podium at the 2008 Olympics after David Neville dove across the finish line for the bronze medal.
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IU sprinter David Neville goes from Olympics to reality TV

David Neville thought he would be on a big stage in 2016, figuring this would be the year of his final Olympic Games.           

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