(WXYZ) — It was a stunning comeback that sent social media all a flurry.
Michigan Athletics tweeted video from a U-M track meet this past weekend where U-M Track's Ziyah Holman ran a 51.79 split after the team was down by four seconds heading into the last leg of the 4x400.
She surpassed both competitors and brought the Wolverines the win.
Check out the moment below:
MUST WATCH FROM OVER THE WEEKEND:— Michigan Athletics 〽️ (@UMichAthletics) January 18, 2021
Down by four seconds heading into the 4x400 relay anchor leg, @UMichTrack's Ziyah Holman blasts a 51.79 split to bring the Wolverines all the way back for the win.#GoBlue 〽️🔵 pic.twitter.com/hMYo5C76bH
Rex Chapman, a former NBA player, tweeted out the video from Michigan Athletics with the caption Never. Give. Up. — and it's been retweeted nearly 10,000 times.