- Rudolph Ingram has been labelled as the fastest kid in the world after finishing 100m race in 13.48 seconds
- Ingram who is a seven-year American youngster achieved this success last weekend in Florida
- He has won 36 medals including 20 golds in the past two Amateur Athletic Union championship
Rudolph Ingram who is a 7-year-old young American athlete has been labelled as the fastest kid in the world after running an 100 meter race in just 13.48 seconds in Florida.
A video has gone viral where Rudolph Ingram was seen leaving the other competitors in his wake as he roars to victory in the race.
The young lad first found fame six months ago when the NBA’s LeBron James posted a video of Blaze leaving defenders in his wake during an American football game.
And last weekend, Rudolph Ingram returned to the track for the first time this year.
He has won 36 medals including 20 golds in the past two Amateur Athletic Union national championship events.
When he was six, he played running back and safety for the Tampa Ravens in a league designed for older boys.
Known as Blaze, the youngster is now being compared with Jamaica star Usain Bolt because of his superb speed.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh. had reported how former 100, 200 and 4x100 meters champion Usain Bolt was summoned for drug test by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority.
The 32-year-old retired from the track to chart a new course for himself playing football - a dream he has nursed for a long time.
He scored two beautiful goals for Central Coast Mariners where he was on trials last year to become a professional footballer.