A 7-year-old boy has broken the world record in the 100 meters: it’s not his only achievement.

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At a sports event in Florida, Rudolph Ingram, a 7-year-old, shattered all records by running the 100 meters in 13.48 seconds.

He is now recognized as the fastest boy in the world in his age group and is affectionately nicknamed “The Flame” for his incredible speed and determination.

But that’s not all; Rudolph is also involved in soccer, where he dashes across the field like lightning, leaving no chance for his opponents.

Despite being deeply engrossed in sports, Rudolph manages to excel academically and keep his father satisfied.

A 7-year-old boy has broken the world record in the 100 meters: it's not his only achievement.

His journey to this achievement began at the age of 4, becoming the fastest among his peers in the United States.

Already, Rudolph has accumulated an impressive collection of 36 medals, 20 of which are gold. Notably, he has even won the prestigious “Heisman Trophy” in soccer.

His father wholeheartedly supports his talented son and is immensely proud of him. Rudolph has received well-deserved awards for his athletic successes.

A 7-year-old boy has broken the world record in the 100 meters: it's not his only achievement.

And he doesn’t plan to stop there; his aim is to break Usain Bolt’s record of 9.58 seconds in the 100 meters. At just 7 years old, he has already achieved incredible feats in his age group.

This is just the beginning.

There are many more competitions and new records ahead of him. It seems that Usain Bolt may already have a reason to be concerned!

A 7-year-old boy has broken the world record in the 100 meters: it’s not his only achievement.

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