There are actually two answers to this question. Ice Hockey is the fastest moving team game in terms of overall speed of play. Jai Alai is the fastest team game in terms of how fast the ball moves (it's been clocked at over 188 mph).
The fastest delivery officially recorded was clocked at 161.38 km/h (100.3 mph) and was bowled by Shoaib Akhtar of Pakistan
328 km/h (204 mph) (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golf_ball#World_records)
On a specifc course, half with the ball, half without. The three players reckoned to be the fastest in the prem, were clocked at: Aaron Lennon - 13.90 Gabby Agbonlahor - 14.06 Theo Walcott - 13.86 Lennon was clocked fastest without the ball and Agbonlahor was fastest with. Although it's not an accurate indication of outright speed, as the sprint section is only (approx) 25m. wrong way round: lennon got 6.53 secs to the ball agbonlahor got 6.49 secs to the ball walcott got 6.35 to the ball agbonlahor is fastest on the straights, just not as agile as walcott round the corners. agbonlahor clocked the highest top speed on this test, he got 21.1 mph to the ball and 20.8 with the ball walcott got 20.5 to the ball and 20.6 with it lennon got 20.6 to the ball and 19.6 with it
bob feller in the 1940's said that he was clocked at 107.0 m.pH. though back than they clocked p[itches be having their pitches race racing horses and then calculate the distance of the ball that beat the horse.
The fastest recorded speed for a soccer ball is around 131 mph. The ball was kicked by Ronny Heberson in 2006.
My highest speed is 26.4
In field hockey, if you hit correctly, the ball can reach speeds of up to 100 MPH!