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Today, Google’s special doodle for Kitty O’Neill… Wishes on 77th birthday, won the title of “Fastest Woman”



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Google Doodle wished American stuntwoman Kitty O’Neill on her 77th birthday.
Kitty was born in Texas, USA in 1946, wearing the crown of ‘Fastest Woman’.

Washington: Today Google remembered American stuntwoman Kitty O’Neill and wished her 77th birthday with a doodle. Kitty was crowned “the fastest woman in the world”. Kitty had been deaf since childhood. He enjoyed high-speed sports, such as water skiing and motorcycle racing. She was a true action lover who was not afraid of heights. Falls from heights and helicopter jumps were part of his stunts. A film was also made about O’Neill’s life, titled “Silent Victory: The Kitty O’Neill”.

Who was Kitty O’Neill?
Kitty Born in 1946 in Corpus Christi, Texas, USA to an American mother and an Irish father. She faced a major setback in life when she had to deal with several illnesses in a few months around the world due to which she became deaf. However, Neil was never deterred by this. Google has said that he has mastered various means of communication to overcome his disability and actually sees his deafness as an asset. Google said driving was his first love, but hit a roadblock when he injured his wrist. Due to which his driving career faltered. But Neil was determined to make her dream of becoming a professional athlete a reality.

Crowned “the fastest woman”
In the 70s, he made his way to the big screen as a stuntman for films and television series, including The Bionic Woman (1976), Wonder Woman (1977-1979) and The Blues Brothers (1980). She was the first woman to join Stunts Unlimited, an organization of Hollywood’s top stunt performers. In 1976, Neel was crowned “the fastest woman” for breaking all existing records for driving a car faster than a rocket. At a speed of 512.76 mph, it surpassed the previous record by nearly 200 mph. She said goodbye to the world in 2018. Google remembered her journey and said, “Thank you, Kitty, for inspiring us all to run towards our dreams!”

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