穿越火线枪战王者吧 www.nqxfd.icu As he warmed up ahead of his 110m hurdles heat on Saturday, Kansas Jayhawks freshman Cordell Tinch pulled off something that defies logic.

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And, in this case, it defied gravity, too.

Check out this jaw-dropping display of athleticism and pure hops from Tinch:

Did … did he actually float?

Not surprisingly, Tinch went on to qualify for the NCAA Championships in the 110m hurdles, won his heat Saturday while posting the fifth-fastest overall time in the quarterfinals of the 110 hurdles at 13.70 seconds, per KUSports.com.

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