Take a Look at this 7-year-old Boy who Can Run 13.48 Seconds in 100-metre dash and can be a future Usain Bolt

In the world of track and field, one athlete must possess endurance, speed, stamina, and strong-willed. The 100-meter dash is a sprint race and a category in athletics. This is one of the shortest distance in the running events and popular because people got so excited and nervous when the race got started.



At his young age of 7, Rudolph has a great potential in running events and can be a successful athlete someday. He can be compared to Usain Bolt “The Fastest Man on Earth” with an enormous running speed. This boy got a record of his best time in 100 meters in only 13.48 seconds. However, the young boy’s target time to beat is 9.58 seconds (Usain’s bolt record.)

The boy used to work hard at practice to give his coach and teammates. He always tell them to give all they’ve got. He inspires his teammates by showing them how to do it well. Rudulph always tells them, “You practice how you play.”

Rudolph Ingram Jr. already has a nickname known as “BLAZE THE GREAT” with expanding Instagram followers that just reached 300,000 and video clips that gone trending. This boy also has skills in Football that could be fitted in the world of this sports because of his speed.

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This youngster started his training when he was 4-year-old. He won 100-meter dash and took an amazing record for his age group. According to his father Ralph Sr., “I can give him all the tools to be great, but his drive and work ethic and competitive mentality, it sets the bar so much higher.”

He also added, “I have seen him (losing) midrace and just take off and get faster. He does not like to feel like a loser. He wants to win.”

The kid got so much talent with his young age, what more if he gets that age where all his body parts turned mature. Everything is possible if you have the dedication and perseverance to work on.

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