Apparently, people are taking their kickball pretty damn seriously these days. This thrilling finish happened at a national open tournament called the Pennsylvania Kickball Classic, with the competitors being the New York Shower Hammers (in blue) and the Deja Vu Dynasty (green).
As you can see in the video above, the tournament game ended with a close acrobatic play at the plate, as the Shower Hammers won the game in extra innings walk-off style when their base runner rounded third, headed for home, did a Matrix-style leap to avoid the incoming ball, somersaulted into home plate, and was called safe.
Personally, I thought the runner appeared to clearly avoid the throw, but the Dynasty seemed pretty outraged at the call of safe at home. Then again, I got to see the play in slow motion and I might have a different opinion if I had been a member of the team that just gotten knocked out of a tournament on said play.
Either way, unbelievable effort by the scoring runner and quite the exciting finish in a sport that I thought people stopped playing in middle school.