According to the Guiness Book of World Records, the fastest a human has run is 200 m in 19.32 seconds by Michael Johnson (US) Atlanta, Georgia, July 21, 1996. This about 10.35 m/sec.
However human beings travel much faster than this using animals such as horses, or while falling off buildings, or using machines such as automobiles and aeroplanes. Top speed for manned aircraft is held by the Lockheed SR-71 "Blackbird" at about 3500 km-hr or 600 m/sec. Not to be outdone the International Space Station has an orbital velocity of about 7725 m/s
On a larger scale, the Earth revolves around the Sun at a speed of about 18.5 miles/sec (30 km/sec) so each of us is travelling at 30,000 m/sec.
We are also part of the stars in our galaxy It and its neighbours, the so-called Local Group, are moving at 600,000 m/sec towards the constellation Hydra.
8785875635 billion light years every second
-- The fastest any human being has ever traveled is roughly 0.00007 of light speed. -- Nothing that has mass (no thing) can travel at or above light speed.
the fastest speed ever is 12874.97 mph
The fastest speed is 763.035mph
No the fastest a tornado is known to have traveled is 73 mph. The fastest winds ever recorded in a tornado were just over 300mph, which is about as strong as they get.
The fastest typing speed was by a women maintaining a speed of 212 wpm.
UB is the fastest person ever timed for a 100m or 200m track race. is he the fastest human ever alive? We will never know.
http://www.aerospaceweb.org/question/performance/q0023.shtml you can find it here. it was Helios 2 space probe reached 252,792 km/h, the fastest man-made object ever travelled.
Nobody has ever traveled at the speed of light, and I can promise you that nobody ever will.
Deoxys Speed Form is the the fastest Pokémon ever, followed by Ninjask.
432.7 km/h is the reported fastest speed on a public highway.
Tachyon is the fastest thing ever because its slowest velocity is the speed of light! Light is the fastest thing that can be seen.
The same as it ever was-The Speed of Light
As of 2017, zero people have traveled to Pluto. In fact, no human has ever traveled beyond Earth's orbit.
The fastest speed ever recorded on a bicycle was reached by American Olympic Cyclist John Howard in 1985. He holds at record at 152.2 mph.