Talent is amazing but what makes it even more incredible is when it is discovered at an early age. This means it can be nurtured and properly developed.
A young American boy by the name of Rudolph Ingram, has been discovered in the world of athletics and many are saying he just might be the next best sprinter to exist in the history of sports.
Ingram who is only 7 years old, has already been nicknamed as Blaze the Great and been referred to as the next Usain Bolt. With a verified Instagram page that has over 300,000 followers; his videos have become a viral sensation for many sport lovers.
The teenager who also has some football skills has been recognised by sport legends like LeBron James, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, among others.
He recently became a topic of discussion again, after a video surfaced online over the weekend. In the video, the talented kid had won a 100-meter dash race in a surprising time record of 13.48 seconds, which could be pegged as a US record for his age group.
See some videos from his Instagram page below:
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His bio on Instagram describes him as young fitness model and a hundred meter race champion. It is also evident that the page is being managed by his father.
It reads: "7 Years Young” 3x Aau All American Heisman Winner Fitness Model 100 Meter Champ13.48."
See some photos of the young champ and his father below:
In a particular post on his father’s page, the proud man had shared a series of photos showing some of Ingram’s newspaper features. He accompanied the post with a caption in which he had cheered on his son and added that no feat was impossible to achieve.
See the post below:
It is definitely nice to see a young talent being recognised and appreciated. We wish him all the best.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had previously gathered the report of a kid who was spotted looking healthy after being brand as a wizard some years ago. The young boy and been rescued by a Danish aid worker renowned for rescuing stranded and abandoned children.
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