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Hannah White Launches Project Speedbird At The Science Museum
Sailor and broadcaster, Hannah White today launched her bid to become the fastest woman on water over one nautical mile when she unveiled her latest venture; Project Speedbird. In a purpose built, state of the art boat, Speedbird, Hannah will be attempting to break the women’s speed record over one nautical mile while also becoming the first woman to ever set that record above the 40 knot barrier (equivalent to 46mph).
With Speedbird on display at the Science Museum in central London from 26-28 May 2015, Hannah and her team have been giving people the opportunity to see the boat first hand and find out more about the technology that has gone into ensuring that Speedbird can sail as fast as possible. The Science Museum has kindly given access to this prestigious space during half term, allowing youngsters visiting the museum to see Speedbird first hand to not only be inspired by Hannah and what she is attempting to achieve but also to learn more about Speedbird and importantly, the science behind it.
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