Not only that, but a 7-year-old child set a world record for sprinting 100 meters


Rudolph Ingram, better known as “Flame,” is a young athlete who has already established himself in the sports world at the age of 7.

He recently competed in Florida and established a new record for his age category in the 100 meter race with a timing of 13.48 seconds.

He holds the world record for his age group, and his outstanding speed and perseverance on the track have earned him the moniker “Flame.”

Rudolph, though, has abilities outside of track and field.

He performs admirably in football as well because of his lightning-quick movements around the pitch that keep his opponents on their toes.

He manages to keep decent grades in school and please his father in spite of his hectic sports schedule.

At age 4, when he initially outpaced his American contemporaries in speed, Rudolph started on the path to this accomplishment.

Throughout the course of his athletic career, he has already collected 36 medals, 20 of which are gold, and he also earned the coveted “Heisman Trophy” for football.

His father is very appreciative of his son’s abilities and is pleased with his successes.

Despite the numerous honors Rudolph has earned for his physical prowess, he is dissatisfied with his present level of performance.

He has future intentions to topple Usain Bolt’s world record.

Rudolph still has a lot of tournaments and new records to win; this is only the beginning.

Even Usain Bolt seems to be becoming concerned about the young prodigy’s future.