Nia Ali Takes Her Victory Lap at the Olympics With Her Adorable Son, Titus
Nia Ali knows the best way to celebrate any victory is with family. After winning the silver medal in the women's 100-meter hurdles at the Summer Olympics in Rio on Wednesday, the track and field athlete commemorated the occasion by taking a victory lap with her 15-month-old son, Titus. The adorable duo posed for the cameras as Nia draped herself in the American flag. Not only did her little boy look too cute as he ran around the track, but he also seemed completely enchanted by all the flashing lights. It looks like Michael Phelps's son Boomer may have some competition for cutest kid at the Olympics.