He wins gold medal for cuteness! 100m hurdler Nia Ali’s son steals the show in Rio

USA’s Brianna Rollins may have won the women’s 100m hurdles Wednesday — but it was a little fellow on the sidelines who took gold.
That’s the adorable 15-month-old Titus, son of American silver medalist Nia Ali, who ran onto the field to hug his mom after her stunning victory alongside Rollins and USA’s Kristi Castlin, who took third place.
Titus smiled widely and ran on the track at Olympic Stadium, celebrating his mom’s accomplishments.
He posed for photos with the triumphant trio, draped in American flags, who swept the podium for the US as no country has ever done since hurdles became an Olympic sport in 1972.

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