Checkout These Real-Life Speedsters

Checkout These Real-Life Speedsters

The human body is very adaptive and capable. This is why people can participate in various sports and excel at it. When it involves sports that show quick pace, it will surprise you just how fast some people can go. Today, let us learn about some of the quickest humans the world has seen.

Usain Bolt
It is safe to say that Usain Bolt is the fastest person the world has ever seen. Born in Jamaica in 1986, the hunky athlete had always dreamed of becoming a professional footballer.
However, after his 100-meter dash and win of a competitive race at age 12, it was obvious that he should focus more on the running aspect of his talents.
In 2001, bolt won his first competitive medal and since then, he went ahead to break several standing records like finishing 100meters in 9.58 seconds and 200 meters in 19.90 seconds. In 2009, Bolt reached a foot speed of 45km/hr, the fastest in history.

Tyreek Hill
American football players are known to be hefty, fast and strong. But Tyreek Hill isn’t regular. In fact, he is regarded as the fastest American football player.
His speed and finesse on the pitch has always been one to applaud considering the heavy pads and protective kits football players put on.
He set his name in sand when he managed to run 37km/hr while simultaneously returning a free kick on 86 yards touchdown.

Florence Griffith Joyner
Being unrealistically fast isn't peculiar to men alone. Florence Joyner holds the fastest woman's record of finishing a hundred-meter dash in 10.49 seconds.
The record has been standing for over 3 decades after she created it in 1988 in Indianapolis. Flock Jo as she is fondly called won 3 gold medals in the 1988 Olympics in South Korea.
Although her record is controversial, as she was accused of using performance enhancers, her records were never eliminated and still stand today.

Cristiano Ronaldo
C. Ronaldo is one of the greatest footballers in modern football. His abilities are emboldened because of his great technique and of course, speed. In the 2018 World Cup in Russia, in a match against Spain, Ronaldo reached a speed of 38.6km/hr and that's remarkable because he was 33 at the time.
However, the fastest soccer player today is 20-year-old Kylian Mbappe who plays for club side PSG and the French national team. In a recent game against Monaco, the French genius was said to have reached 38.5 km/hr!

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