Michelle Jenneke dance goes viral: Hurdler's warm-up routine sexy, quirky
Michelle Jenneke dance viral
Michelle Jenneke (L) and Brooke Stratton (R) compete in the Womens Under 20 100m Hurdles Final during day three of the Australian Junior Athletics Championships
Michelle Jenneke's YouTube dance video has gone viral. The Australian hurdler, who did a quirky, yet sexy warm up routine in the World Junior Championship last weekend in Barcelona recently, is taking the Internet by storm with her moves.
Thursday, the Huffington Post did a story on the Aussie track and field athlete, who is known for busting a move just before trouncing opponents at the starting line.
Watch: "Michelle Jenneke Dancing Sexy as Hell at Junior World Championships in Barcelona"
Jenneke, 19, totally dominated her opponents in Barcelona, Spain recently at the IAFF and came in fifth overall in the finals.
Video: 'Michelle Jenneke Dancing Sexy as Hell at Junior World Championships in Barcelona '
However, it's what Michelle does before the runners take their mark that has viewers clicking and sharing her viral dance moves.
The original video of Michelle Jenneke's dance did not go viral. However, a YouTube user put a special touch on it. The footage was slowed down a bit and showed the hurdler doing cutesy moves like she as a cheerleader.
What made it so dramatic was the music woven into Michelle's dance. The song, "Boys (Summertime Love) by Sabrina played along, as if she were really dancing to her theme song.
"Fans are confident this is only the beginning, and expect to see the [Jenneke] wiggling -- and racing -- at the Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games in 2016," reported Sky News on the Aussie's sexy warm up viral routine.
Apparently, her antics paid off; she took first place in the 100-meter hurdles.
Is Michelle Jenneke's dance moves worthy of going viral? If it floats her boat, and she continues to win races because of it, maybe she is the smartest person in the room, ehem, on the track.