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Mbappe, Holland or even Westbrook, who is the fastest athlete in the world? | Israel today


In the Spanish "Marca" a study was published that measures the speed of the most agile athletes in each discipline • The French is the fastest with 38 km/h in the match between Paris and Monaco, the Norwegian is on fire after him • And who is the greatest tennis player that surprises?

You too watched Kylian Mbappe at the last World Cup and wondered to yourself, is this man not capable of winning the 100 meters at the Olympics?

The Spanish "Hamarka" published an article today that weighs data of the fastest athletes in each discipline according to their performance and examines who among them is the fastest.


The two new phenomena of world football, Kylian Mbappe and Erling Holland, have an extraordinary speed that is reflected in each and every game.

If we talk about pure speed, the French striker has a certain advantage.

Kylian managed to mark the incredible figure of 38 km/h in a sprint from the middle of the field in the victory of the Parisians against Monaco.

Holland is not far behind and even broke all the Bundesliga records when he reached a speed of 36 km/h in the uniform of ex-Borussia Dortmund.


Like an airplane, photo: Getty

If we look at Spain we find two players above the rest: Adama Traore and Marcos Llorente also managed to run at a speed of close to 36 km/h.


One of the fastest, photo: AFP


The physical difference in the NBA league compared to other basketball leagues is great, and you can find players whose athleticism is illogical.

One of them, is a player who is quite notorious, but one whose physical abilities are in no doubt.

Russell Westbrook from the Los Angeles Lakers is the fastest player in the league, with a record speed of 34.76 km/h, followed immediately by his teammate and one of the greatest players of all time LeBron James, measured at 34 km/h.

Westbrook and LeBron.

The fastest in basketball, photo: AFP


Measuring speed in tennis is more problematic, since it is a much smaller field than soccer and basketball and the runs are much shorter.

And yet, at the Australian Championship in 2016, they managed to measure the players' speeds.

The Serbian, Novak Djokovic, with an impressive speed of 36 km/h, followed by the British Andy Murray with 34.87. Nadal? Only in 12th place with a speed of only 26.84 km/h.


Surprising, photo: Getty

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Source: israelhayom

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