7-Year-Old Sprints 100 Mts In 13.48 Seconds, Just 1.5 Seconds Slower Than Fastest Man On Earth Usain Bolt

He is 7 years old boy who has enhanced speed since his amazing feat of completing a 100-meter race in 14.59 seconds last August.

This 7 years old boy Rudolph ‘Blaze’ Ingram is only 1.5 seconds slower than the Usain Bolt who is the fastest man on Earth. He has unbelievable talent even though he is just a kid. According to the Daily Mail, a video clip has been posted and it showed that he has upgraded his speed since his incredible feat of completing a 100-meter race in 14.59 seconds in last August. As per a new video which has shared recently, it shows how he can run the same distance in 13.48 seconds and also dash 60 meters in only 8.69 seconds.

It’s not quite clear as to what speeds exactly Ingram shot across the track while wearing blue and orange Nike sneakers and a kit featuring the flame of a fire (in a nod to his nickname) but whatever his speed may be, it was very clear that he was way ahead of his peers. He was pictured with a serious look on his face as he got set in position for one of the sprints in a photograph captioned: ‘My Father Told Me (@ftf_kool) That You Win Mentally Before You Win Physically. I’m #1 Before The Race Start[s].’

 

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Top Speed Today 15.63 MPH Just Cranking Up ✈️ ⚡️

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Every single child is gifted in a particular area, but he is very unique and brilliant for this small age. There’s no doubt because he was way ahead of his peers. In here, He was pictured with a serious look on his face because he got set in position for one of the sprints in a photograph captioned: ‘My Father Told Me (@ftf_kool) That You Win Mentally Before You Win Physically. I’m #1 Before The Race Start[s].’

The Instagram account of Ingram is managed by his father. So his father is very proud of his son’s improvements. “Proud To Say My Son Maybe The Fastest 7 Year Old In The World. To The Top Love All Those Hours Of TrainPaidayed Off,” he wrote in a post. It is very clear that this kid has outrun even fully grown men, but fame did not get to him. Ingram is not only a start in social media, but he is also very smart in his academic side.

 

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STUDENT Athlete A/B Honor Roll Work Hard In Class And On The Field 📚🏈💪🏾

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‘Work hard in class and on the field,’ captioned an Instagram post of his February report card. The report card presented straight A grades for Science, Introduction to Computers, Music and Physical Education, plus B grades for Language Arts, Social Studies and Art at Cahoon Elementary School in Tampa. Ingram is a three-time Amateur Athletic Union winner, and he shot to fame when he showed off his speed on the football field.

 

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You Can See The Passion In My Face 😈💪🏾🔥

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It seems like the talent also has come from his family, his father is an American Football coach. Rudolph Ingram Senior aka Coach Kool has drilled it into his head that he will not be where he is right now if not for his hard work, which made him an all-rounder in the Tampa Bay Ravens Youth team class of 2028.

“I work hard at practice to set the bar high for my teammates. I want to show them we need to give it all we’ve got. If they don’t know how to do something, I show them how to do it,” Blaze told Youth 1 in 2017. ‘I always tell them “You practice how you play.” Ingram’s coach stated that he had a strong eye and the rest of his class all looked up to him. He also mentioned that Ingram was a nice kid because he helped other teammates and guide them on how they can improve personally.

 

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I’m My Only Competition…Hard Body 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾 #Athlete #Strong #Fitness #nophotoshop

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The kid has thousands of eyes on him from around the world. He is just seven, but he’s already got a very clear set of six-pack abs. Blaze used his football abilities to support him in track and vice-versa, and this uncommon skill caught the eye of basketball player LeBron James last summer.

“It was his first ever track meet a while ago, and the little boy was so distracted by all the attention he got, that he came in fifth out of a total of six sprinters. But he’s not one to take things to heart, so when a lot of his followers pointed out that he would look directly into the stands where the camera was placed while legging it across the track” his father posted: This My Baby Man He So Funny Don’t Worry Ima Get Him Right. Wishing the Ingram Boys nothing but the best!

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