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Combs' record is for the fastest speed on land achieved by a woman, and the official number is 522.783 mph (841.338 kph). It's the first time a new record has been set in this category in more.

Jessi Combs is the fastest woman ever. With 841.338 km/h the female

Guinness World Records posthumously named Jessi Combs the fastest female land-speed record-holder after her death in 2019. She died while attempting to set it. Combs's record is for the.

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Jessica Combs [1] (July 27, 1980 - August 27, 2019) [2] was an American professional racer, television personality, and metal fabricator. She set a women's land speed class record (four wheels) in 2013 and broke her own record in 2016. She was known as "the fastest woman on four wheels". [3]

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"The fastest land speed record (female) is 841.338 kph (522.783 mph), and was achieved by Jessi Combs (USA) in the Alvord Desert, Oregon, USA, on 27 August 2019," the Guinness announcement reads.

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Combs was killed in a crash Aug. 27, 2019 during a record attempt, but Guinness World Records posthumously confirmed her as having set the record for fastest speed on land achieved by a woman.

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Kitty Linn O'Neil ( March 24, 1946 โ€” November 2, 2018) was an American stuntwoman and auto-racer, [1] [2] [3] [4] often called "the fastest woman in the world" for her various speed records. [5] [6] [7] [8] Her women's absolute land speed record stood until 2019.

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Jessi Combs has officially been named the world's fastest woman, breaking the record during her fatal attempt in the Alvord Desert, Oregon, August 27, 2019. During that run, the Guinness Book of World Records certified that Combs reached 522.783 mph before the crash.

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24th June 2020, 05:34 PDT Getty Images Jessi Combs died during the record-breaking run in 2019 An American racing driver has been posthumously awarded the fastest land-speed record by a.

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27 August 2019 The fastest land speed record (female) is 841.338 kph (522.783 mph), and was achieved by Jessi Combs (USA) in the Alvord Desert, Oregon, USA, on 27 August 2019. Jessi is the first person to break this record in more than 40 years. Records change on a daily basis and are not immediately published online.

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