Rhea Bullos during her participation in the race.
Interestingly, she had added her own Nike logo on the sides with a marker.
Rhea Bullos won gold in 400 metre, 800 metre and 1,500 metre competitions during the Iloilo Schools Sports Council Meet.
A Facebook user posted pictures of the girl, along with those of her bandaged feet. He wrote: "New design of spike shoes. Made in Philippines. NIKE. Congratulations RHEA BULLOS of Balasan. 3GOLDS -- 400m dash. 800m run. 1500m run."
The post got 2K likes and 878 shares on Facebook.
One user posted: "Nike should give that girl shoes free for life. If there is a little common sense in them. Now, she is the worldwide brand ambassador of Nike."
One admiring fan wrote: "This little girl is going viral all over the USA, NIKE were you at!!!!"
One post read: "Soon there will be a new running shoes model: Rhea x Nike."
"Welcome to a very small, but elite club! Congrats Rhea Bullos!" read another.
One user commented: "Create your own personal brand, baby girl, don't let Nike take the credit for your success."
Jeff Cariaso, the head coach of Alaska Aces, which is a professional basketball team in her native country, took notice and asked Twitterati to help him contact her: "Help me connect with her please."
Cariaso is the CEO of basketball store Titan 22.
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