This 7-year-old boy can run 13.48 seconds in A 100-meter dash.
Track and field is an athletic sports contest established on the skills of running, jumping, and throwing. It is one of the oldest sports that requires endurance, speed, stamina, and determination. 100-meter dash is a sprint race in track and field category. It is the shortest common and popular outdoor running distance in the sport of athletic’s event.
One 7-year-old boy recently tagged as the next Usain Bolt after having an incredible skill and great potential in running events. He is Rudolph, a 7-year old boy that is compared to Usain Bolt “The Fastest Man on Earth” with an enormous running speed.
This 7-year-old boy can run 13.48 seconds in a 100-meter dash. Though he got a record of his best time, he said that his aim target time to beat is 9.58 seconds, Usain Bolt’s record. Rudolph works hard during practice and always tell his teammates to give all they go and encourage them saying “You practice how you play.”
Rudolph Ingram Jr. already has a nickname known as “BLAZE THE GREAT”, is making a name in the field of athletics. He also got skills in Football that could be fitted in the world of this sports because of his speed.
According to his dad, Rudolph started training when he was only 4 years old. At a young age, he already won the 100-meter dash and took an amazing record for his age group.
“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,” his father said.
“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,” he added.
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