Seven-year-old Rudolph 'Blaze' Ingram has a six-pack, and a superstar fan in LeBron James
With a six-pack like Usher, seven-year-old Rudolph 'Blaze' Ingram is an internet sensation.
The boy from Tampa Bay in Florida has returned to the race track for his first 2019 meet and the footage is phenomenal.
The videos show Rudolph leaving his rivals in the distance in the first 60m and 100m sprints of the American Athletic Union season.
He first made headlines last year when NBA superstar LeBron James posted a video of him exploding through defenders in a local little league game of American football.
This time round the kid with dreadlocked brown hair ran the 100m race in just 13.48 seconds.
This was 1.5 seconds faster than his reported personal best in August - and will be a new world record if accurate, smashing USA track and field's official record of 13.67 seconds for seven-year-olds.
The newest sprinting clip has seen his number of Instagram followers climb above 260,000. His father Rudolph Ingram Sr operates the account.
His father says he admires Rudolph for not only the type of player his son is, but also the character he displays, he told Youth 1 publication in the US.
"I'm overly proud of him as a father, trainer and coach not only because he does extremely well but because it's what they don't see," Ingram senior said. "He works hard, he's so respectful, always keeps a smile on his face and accepts the limelight so humbly. His future is so bright. I'm just in awe to be a part of it."
In his past two AAU athletics national championship meetings he has won 36 medals, 20 of them golds.
Rudoph is also a member of the Tampa Ravens football organisation.
He attends Cahoon Elementary School, and plays running back and safety.
He was selected as the Ravens' team MVP for the regular season and playoffs, as he racked up 10 touchdowns last season, Youth 1 website reported. The previous season, he produced five touchdowns in just four games.
Ingram has had impressive abs since he was five years old.