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Underwater record breaker The project brief to develop a fundamentally new torpedo capable of carrying a nuclear warhead was issued in the USSR in the 1970s.
The resulting Shkval torpedo was accepted into service in 1977 and, despite its venerable age, remains the world's record breaker among underwater projectiles.
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An ordinary torpedo has a speed of no more than 87 mph, which allows a ship targeted by it to maneuver and avoid being hit.
The Shkval, however, leaves the enemy practically no chance: Its speed is nearly three times the speed of a standard torpedo.
Meanwhile, the gold medals are completely free of mercury.
The gold medals are purer than ever, meeting sustainability criteria from extraction to refining, as well as meeting strict environmental and labour laws.
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He was part of Hungary’s world champion pistol-shooting team in 1938, when an army grenade exploded, crippling his right hand.
Ten years later, having taught himself to shoot with his left, he won two gold medals in the rapid-fire class.