RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – AUGUST 15: Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas dives over the finish line to win the gold medal in the Women’s 400m Final on Day 10 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 15, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)

Shaunae Miller’s incredible, last-second dive at the finish line during Monday’s 400-meter event at Rio captured the Bahamian runner a gold medal.

Miller and Allyson Felix of the United States were side by side as the finish line approached and Miller’s dive propelled her to victory. It was an amazing moment. The internet, as it does, had some fun with the dive, as plenty of memes were concocted celebrating the 22-year-old’s victory.

There were those who sympathized with Felix, using the ever-popular Arthur clenched fist meme to show her disgust over losing after the dive.

There were flawless Photoshops like Miller superimposed on a Slide N Slide.

Miller’s impressive sliding ability might lend itself to an MLB career.

There were comparisons made to her diving ability.

Miller’s dive was reminiscent of trying to get to a club before they start charging cover.

Maybe Pokemon was involved?

Finally, Miller’s diving skills were put to good use in the muddy, green waters of the Rio Olympics diving pool.

Miller’s incredible finish was something we’ve never seen before. Diving at the finish line rarely leads to victory, but her last-second effort helped her win the gold medal. Being a new meme is part of the glory that comes with winning a sports event in a miraculous way. Welcome to the spotlight, Miller. You’ll be memed for months to come.

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