US Olympic sprinter on the US rugby team (the fastest player in World Rugby!)

«« If you like This Video , Subscribe My channel »» «« »» «« »» ««»» Carlin Isles (born November 12, 1989) is an American rugby sevens player from Massillon, Ohio. He currently plays for the United States National Team. Isles has been touted as the fastest rugby player in the world. Carlin Isles was a gifted American football and Track and Field athlete while attending Jackson High School (Massillon, Ohio). Isles holds the school records in the long jump, 100 meter, 200 meter, and 400 meter events at Jackson. He was also a part of the record holding 4x200m relay team at Jackson High School. His 2007 100m school record breaking time was 10.58 seconds which was also a county record at that time. Carlin was a two-time, back-to-back OATCCC Indoor State Champion in high school in the 60m dash running 6.83 seconds which was a Division I meet record up until March 2012. He was a state runner-up in the 200m dash his junior year and runner-up in the long jump and 100m dash his senior year in addition to being third in the state in the 100m dash his junior year. Carlin was an all-conference, all-county football player as well. Isles continued running track and playing American football while enrolled at Ashland University where he was an All-American in the 60m dash and ran an personal best of 6.68 seconds which is a school record. He holds freshman class records in the 100m dash and 200m dash (indoor and outdoor). On the football field, Carlin was an All-GLIAC selection and holds school records for most kickoff return yardage in a game (174 yards) and longest kickoff return for TD (100 yards) Before taking up rugby in 2012, Isles ranked as the 36th fastest sprinter in the United States with a 100 metres outdoor personal best of 10.24 seconds (10.13 +3.2w).

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