On a USA Track & Field-certified course established by the Cincinnati Zoo, the 11-year-old cheetah was radar-timed at up to 61 miles (98 kilometers) an hour, according to a Thursday announcement by zoo officials and National Geographic magazine.
Sarah's June 20 sprint is the fastest timed 100 meters ever run by anything on the planet, the officials saida€”though it was no suprise to Cathryn Hilker, founder of the Cincinnati Zoo's Cat Ambassador Program, who helped raise Sarah from a cub. A high-speed camera captures the cheetah's two-second sprint in slow motion, revealing every stride. The cheetahs are used to long sprints, regularly running for zoo crowds eager to witness one of nature's most adrenaline-charged spectacles.
For the technicians, handlers, and photographers, on the other hand, the days were long and hot and challenging. As astonishingly swift as Sarah's world record time of 5.95 seconds might seem in a human context, it's almost certain that cheetahs in the wilda€”lean, hungry, chasing down antelopes for their own survival or that of their cubsa€”have run considerably faster.
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