Plunge downhill as fast as you can.
She shattered her own 2013 milestone by upwards of 100 miles—an achievement that's now Guinness official.
The run went down on a German test track.
An expert explains the science.
It’s a snap, quite literally.
And it's going to keep on smashing them.
It's the the 10-second marathon.
Travels at a record-breaking 90 miles per hour
Strong things come in small packages
The 1,000-mph Bloodhound
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