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Kylian Mbappe’s speed strikes fear into the heart of every defender. In a study by The Sun, The Speed Demon Mbappe was identified as the fastest player in the world. He achieved a top speed of 10.6 meters per second during his sprints on the pitch. Now, in a jaw-dropping turn of events, A Wolmer’s High School’s 14-year-old track and field sensation has not only broken but shattered Kylian Mbappé‘s 100-meter record, marking a historic upset in the world of sprinting.

The race in ISSA GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships witnessed his explosive start and unmatched pace as he blazed past the previous record set by football star Kylian Mbappé. This remarkable achievement not only solidifies the rising star position in track and field world but also sparks discussions about the potential of excelling boundaries between football and athletics.

From underdog to champion, breaking Kylian Mbappe’s record

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In the recent post, Olympic Medalist Rori Dunk posted about Mario Ross and informed the world about him. He posted, “Mario Ross wins the Class 3 boys 100m with 10.88 Class 3 boys are 10-13 years old Would beat Mbappé 😅.” After this notable record he said, “I am aiming for the gold medal and only the gold medal, “I’m not surprised. I just want to execute perfectly and coach’s instructions. It’s just for me to be calm and focus and just go out there and do my best.” The 14-year-old star recently clinched the prestigious Corporate Area Development Meet title and continued to impress by effortlessly proceeding to the next round during the ISSA GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships, recording an impressive time of 11.36 seconds in the preliminaries.

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Jamaica College’s Olando Anglin was second with a time in 11.65, while St Jago High’s Jevaney Findley clocked the same time for third. Despite the intense pressure that often accompanies high expectations, Mario Ross embraces it with enthusiasm rather than succumbing to it. Being compared with world’s fastest man Kylian Mbappé, he exclaimed, “I think being the favourite this year gives me the confidence to go out there and do really good so I like to be the favourite.” Mario Ross is calm to compete in the 100m semi-finals and, possibly, the final. With just two victories standing between him and his goal, he’s on the brink of achieving a significant milestone in his athletic career.

Mario Ross’s achievement paves the way for new records

Mario Ross’s extraordinary feat of superior Kylian Mbappé’s 100m record stands as a testament to his exceptional talent and dedication to the sport of track and field. This stunning upset not only bolsters Ross’s place among the elite sprinters but also signals a new era wherein Olympic contention in the near future might be a possiblity.

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As Mario Ross continues to make waves in the track and field arena, and Mbappé dazzles on the football pitch, their journeys remind us of the boundless possibilities that exist in the world of sports. There’s a long way to go for him but considering his trajectory, he is poised for greatness.