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Seven-Year-Old Boy Dubbed The ‘Fastest Kid In The World’

Is he the next Usain Bolt?

Several months ago, LeBron James posted a clip of Rudolph “Blaze” Ingram Jr. playing football and it quickly went viral. Now, the seven-year-old breaks a USA Track and Field record over the weekend.

The young boy took the internet by storm yet again after a video was posted online oh him completing a 100-meter sprint in 13.48 seconds. Blaze is often being compared to Usain Bolt, a Jamaican sprinter who is currently holding the title of 9.58 seconds.

Blaze began training for track when he was only four years old. His talent for the sport was quickly confirmed when he set the U.S record for his age group. Last summer, he won the 100 and then finished second in the 200 in his age group at the Amateur Athletic Union championships.

The young athlete has won 36 medals including 20 golds.

But Blaze is not just a Track and Field superstar. He is also using his speed on the football field.

He said:

“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. I always tell them ‘You practice how you play.’”

Dad Rudolph Ingram Sr. said in an interview that he’s a huge supporter of his son, In fact, he had never missed a game.

Blaze’s dad noted that if his son will change lane someday, he will always support him matter what.

He said:

“What’s next? Rocket scientist? Let’s go. It doesn’t matter what it is. I’m behind him. Nobody sees the tree grow. All they see is when it’s big and beautiful. They don’t see it when it’s just a seed — when you’re watering it. You got to stay behind your child and constantly support them and water them. They’ll eventually grow to be something.”

While Blaze is quickly garnering a lot of followers all around the world, no one is looking up to him more than his four-year-old brother, who he regularly features on his Instagram.

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Pregnant Mom Mocked By Online Trolls Because Her Baby Bump Looks ‘Gross’

“Are you expecting a horse?”

Welcoming a new baby in the family is always an exciting moment and so despite of the challenges and discomforts that come with pregnancy, it is still usually considered a happy experience by most mothers. However, one mom from Melbourne, Australia has become the target of trolls online.

When 30-year-old Elisha Bakes first shared a photo of her 14-week bump on Instagram, she had no idea about the rudeness that would follow soon. Apparently, some netizens would mock her by leaving some very unpleasant thing on her posts.

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Mom Explains Why She Won’t Vaccinate Her Kids After Her Own ‘Extensive Research’

The wife of Aussie rugby league star Bryce Cartwright says after doing some research, not vaccinating is the best way forward.

Many medical professionals have been stressing the importance of vaccinations for a long time. However, one mother insists that she has done all of the research about vaccines and has decided she will never vaccinate her own children. The pregnant mom also revealed that she will not be using diapers on her unborn baby.

Shanelle Cartwright confirmed her plans for her children on social media. The wife of Australian rugby player Bryce Cartwright stated that vaccines can actually harm people's immune systems. Shanelle admitted that she and her husband have been previously vaccinated but still suffer from "allergies and auto-immune disorders". Because of this, she has opted not to be immunized further and will never vaccinate her children.

The Cartwrights are choosing not to vaccinate their kids after extensive research.

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Teenager Defies Anti-Vaxxer Mom By Getting Vaccinated When He Turned 18

“I’ve never been vaccinated for anything, God knows how I’m still alive.”

What's the worst thing that you have done behind your parents' back? One teenager went pretty far when his anti-vaxxer mother insisted that he didn't need vaccination. The young man decided to get vaccinated when he finally turned 18.

Ethan Lindenberger from Ohio was raised by parents who did not believe that vaccinations were necessary. According to the high school senior, his mom and dad "think vaccines are some kind of government scheme." However, Lindenberger has learned more about the benefits of vaccinations and wanted to make sure he got the shots. In an effort to get help, the teenager posted his concerns on Reddit. Not surprisingly, people gave him all the details he needed to schedule a vaccination.

Lindenberger reached out to netizens to find out where he can get vaccinated.

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