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Baby Masters Every Olympic Event In Heartwarming Photo Shoot

Playing Baby Masters Every Olympic Event In Heartwarming Photo Shoot

Olympic athletes begin their training young and that's especially the case for this 1-year-old who's apparently mastered every event from long jump to the balance beams.

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In a gold-medal worthy photo shoot with dad Alan Lawrence of That Dad Blog, baby Rockwell from Paradise, Utah tries out for different Olympic events.

Little Rockwell's personal favorite was the rings.


One of our favorite events durning the Olympics is the rings. Rockwell performed the Iron Cross tonight and told me the secret to that move is to curl your toes and squeeze your butt cheeks. I knew it was easier than it looked. #rocktheelf #olympicgames #rio2016

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"He was just laughing and having a good time," Lawrence told

Lawrence said he grew up in a family that was never interested in the festivities until the 2002 Winter Olympics were hosted in his home state.

That's when he knew he wanted to share the Olympic magic with his six kids.

To recreate the winning moments, Lawrence explained he held his son in place and took a photo before Photoshopping himself out of the image.

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"To be good you need to train hard and constantly push yourself. Sometimes you might be tempted to put a binky in your mouth and give up. Don’t do it! Dig deeper and find the strength to keep on going." - Rockwell #rocktheelf

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In one of the pictures, he jokes, "A true athlete digs deep for his team, even if it means getting a little sand in his diaper."

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