The short answer is, no. But it’s not by much. It turns out that the T-rex is slower than you may think.
But even a “slow” dinosaur is still mighty fast.
According to a study by paleontologists at the University of Manchester, T-rex speeds likely topped out in the range of about 20 miles per hour. To put that into context: The fastest human of all-time, Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt, can run 28 miles per hour. But that’s for a very short distance.
So there you have it. Chances are that the T. rex would even outrun the fastest man of all-time.