c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a Google Doodle honours Kitty O'Neil, an American stunt woman and deaf racer.
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Google Doodle honours Kitty O'Neil, an American stunt woman and deaf racer.


Kitty O'Neil (Google Doodle) 

On March 24, Google honoured Kitty O'Neil as the "world's quickest woman." The occasion is her birth anniversary, which is being commemorated this Friday.

Meeya Tjiang, a deaf artist from Washington, created the illustration, which will appear on the search engine all day.

Users in Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Mexico, the United States, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Iceland, Germany, Austria, Poland, and Uruguay are able to see the doodle.

Who was Kitty O'Neil?

Kitty O'Neil Born: 24 March 1946, Corpus Christi, Texas, United States

She has been deaf since childhood, and the company refers to her as a "famous" stuntwoman, daredevil, and rocket-powered automobile driver.

She was the first woman to join Stunts Unlimited, a group for the top stuntmen in Hollywood, according to information provided by Google. This is due to her performance in a variety of films and television shows, such as "Bionic Woman," "Wonder Woman," and "The Cheeky Brothers."

She was designated "the fastest woman in the world" after travelling through the Alvord Desert at a speed of 512.76 mph, or 824 kph. She succeeded in breaking the women's record in the process, and Google reports that when she wanted to attempt to break the men's record, she was denied the opportunity because they wanted to save it for a guy.

On November 2, 2018, in Eureka, South Dakota, O'Neil, 72, passed away from pneumonia.

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