Hami Mandıralı - Turkey - San Marino (1996) - 266 km/h
The fastest recorded soccer kick was 114 MPH.
As of 2014, the fastest known recorded speed of a kicked soccer ball was 131 miles per hour (211 kilometers per hour), kicked by player Ronny Heberson. Since the speeds of kicked soccer balls are not often recorded, it is possible greater speeds have been achieved.
No official records exist for fastest kicks in competitive soccer. However, James Dart and Paolo Bandini compiled an unofficial list using data from the Sky Sports Replay 2000, and calculated that one shot flew at 114 miles per hour, kicked by David Hirst. The Guinness World Records lists a machine having kicked a ball at 139.8 miles per hour.
138 mph/222 Kmh
the fastest speed ever is 12874.97 mph
The hardest (fastest) recorded soccer shot in the English Premier League according to The Guardian Unlimited is 114 mph by David Hirst. While there is no official record The Guardian's staff used measurements from the Sky Sports Replay 2000 tracking machine to provide their Top Ten Hardest Shots.
Australia's fastest animal is the Kangaroo. The fastest recorded speed of a Kangaroo is 70 km/h which is 25 km/h FASTER than the fastest recorded speed of Australia's flightless bird the Emu.
According to research the maximum spped of a sneeze leaving the nose was 165mph! the fastest recorded speed that has been recorded is... 166.7km/h