Rudolph Ingram, a seven-year-old American boy, has been dubbed the "fastest kid on the earth" following a video showing him running the 100m in 13:48 seconds.
Rudolph, who goes by the moniker Blaze, is now better known as Usain Bolt. "I adore running genuine quick," he says. Since roughly 2016, the six-pack-wearing teen has started competing in races. Rudolph has received a few trophies and admits that the best part of racing is "getting garlands."
This same 100m sprinter, known as 'Burst,' broke the USA Olympic-style events history for his age group last week and has since amassed over 397, 000 Instagram followers.
Rudolph Ingram Senior, Ingram's father, told ABC News that he started running when he was four years old, after being inspired by the Olympics.
Rudolph Sr. claims that his son began running and training for battle at the age of four. Rudolph has expressed his ambition to play football expertly in the future, as seen by recordings posted on his Instagram page.
“I can give him all of the instruments to be extraordinary,” he said in an interview, “but his desire and hardworking attitude and serious thinking, it puts the bar so much higher.” This is my child, and I'm overjoyed for him. He makes me very happy. I hate to say it, but I have the impression that he is a one-of-a-kind youngster. I don't want to say this because he's my child, but I really believe he does wonderful things."
Despite the fact that the seven-year-old speedster now states that he will most likely play American football, we'll keep an eye out for him on the track in the future.
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