WACO (CBSDFW.COM) — An eight-year-old track star from Connally ISD is shocking people as he continuously breaks multiple records.

Just two weeks ago, Germarquis Robinson — otherwise known as “Black Magic” — and his track team set the best time in the country in the 400 meter relay, coming in at 56.6 seconds.

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He runs the third leg of the relay.

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His father, Germann Robinson told KWTX that his son has been training for years in his backyard, however it’s his first year of running track.

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Robinson’s ultimate goal is to run in the olympics one day, but until then his team is raising money to go to the AAU Junior Olympics in Greensboro, North Carolina.