The user can perform a burst of speed that allows the user to move so fast it appears as if they have teleported (in some cases, the user actually does teleport short distances), many users can sustain only short dashes. In most cases the user is able to maneuver at the high speeds accurately and does not cause any shock or disturbance to the surface they step on.
This technique is commonly used to dodge projectiles, move behind enemies, show off speed, get away from a fight, etc.
Afterimage Creation: The user moves fast enough to leave an afterimage of themselves making it appear as if there are multiple of him or herself. The copies may appear stationary or be capable of taking action.
Air Dashing: The user moves with enough momentum and leg strength to dash through midair.
Double Jump: Applying enough leg strength to jump off ground level and flash-stepping in the air.
It is possible, but unlikely, that the quick movements and the quick stops put a strain on the user's body, breaking bones, destroying internal organs, or the air pushing against their chest could cause respiratory arrest. The speed moving could theoretically flay both skin and muscle from the bone.
Power Rangers/Super Sentai (Power Ranges/Super Sentai)
Bree Davenport (Lab Rats)
Dahlia (The Vampire Diaries/The Originals)
Vampires/Originals/Hybrids (The Vampire Diaries/The Originals)
Kai (The Vampire Diaries/The Originals)
Helena G. Wells (Warehouse 13)
Juliet Van Heusen (Wizards of Waverly Place)
Tamra/Enigma (Reboot: The Guardian Code); via Guardian form
Austin Carter/Vector (Reboot: The Guardian Code); via Guardian form
Roger Smith (American Dad!)
Rev Runner (Loonatics Unleashed)
Kitten Chase (Paw Patrol); via meteor power
Mr. Nibbles/Copycat (Paw Patrol); via meteor power
Chase (Paw Patrol); via meteor power
Catboy (PJ Masks)
Jedi (Star Wars)
Sith (Star Wars)
Dash Parr (The Incredibles)
Agents (The Matrix)
Eris Fairies (The Troop)
Blake Belladonna (RWBY)
Ruby Rose (RWBY)
Tadashi Koto (No Need For Bushido)
Byakuya Kuchiki and Yoruichi Shihōin (Bleach) using Shunpo to move at bursts of speed faster than the eye can follow.
Yoruichi Shihōin's (Bleach) tremendous mastery of Shunpo allowed her to wipe out an entire Onmitsukidō squadron in seconds.
Suì-Fēng (Bleach) using Shunpo to move instantly that she made two attacks on the opposite sides that look like one...
... and shows her mastery by creating multiple afterimages.
One of the most prominent Shunpo Masters in Soul Society, Byakuya Kuchiki (Bleach) uses Shunpo to enhance an attack with his sword...
... and Way of Onmitsu, 3rd of the Shihō: Utsusemi to leave behind an afterimage that appears to have taken damage.
Uryū Ishida (Bleach) using Hirenkyaku to move at bursts of high speed by riding on the flow of reishi created below their feet.
Arrancars (Bleach) using Sonído, a movement technique that allows them to move faster than the eye can follow.
Zommari Rureaux's (Bleach) Gemelos Sonído is an advanced Sonído technique, that allows him to move at such speeds that he can create up to five afterimage clones.
The Vizards (Bleach) are high-level masters of in Shunpo and can further enhance their speed with Hollowfication.
Shūkurō Tsukishima and Ichigo Kurosaki (Bleach) using Bringer Light to move at bursts of high speed and speed strikes.
Sosuke Aizen (Bleach) is one of the greatest Shunpo masters in Soul Society, he could dodge attacks with tremendous speed...
...and a sneak attack from Kyouraku, a master of Shunpo...
...and could also combine it with his swordsmanship to cut down opponents with lightning-fast slashes.
Tenjiro Kirinji (Bleach) was legendary for his lightning-fast Shunpo.
Hikone Ubuginu (Bleach) combines Shunpo, Hirenkyaku, Sonido and Bringer Light to move at extremely powerful speed.
Priscilla (Claymore) instantly closing the gap between herself and Riful, which was many miles apart, in one step.
With over 100 times the strength of an average human, Demons (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) can use their powerful legs to instantly disappear.
With a step as fast lightning or thunder, Agatsuma Zenitsu (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) uses Breath of Thunder - First Style: Thunderclap and Flash to disappear in a burst of thunderous lightning...
...and his own personal variant, Sixfolds with even faster results...
Demon King Piccolo (Dragon Ball)
Son Goku (Dragon Ball) moving at such high speeds that he creates afterimages...
...improving his technique as he became an adult...
Raditz (Dragon Ball series) uses the Afterimage Technique to attack his brother.
Nappa (Dragon Ball series) uses Rapid Movement to confuse Piccolo.
Frieza (Dragon Ball series) uses Rapid Movement to attack Nail...
...later doing it against Son Goku as he toys with him...
Vegeta (Dragon Ball series) using Rapid Movement to dodge Frieza's tail attack...
...and again years later to strike Frieza in his Golden form.
Cell (Dragon Ball series) uses the Afterimage Technique to attack and break Krillin's neck...
... and Rapid Movement to fight Goku in quick bursts of speed.
Son Gohan (Dragon Ball series) using Rapid Movement.
Gogeta and Broly (Dragon Ball Super: Broly) heavily using Rapid Movement during their battle.
Archer (Fate/stay night)
Souther (Fist of the North Star)
With speed that not even the human eye can perceive, Kyou Kai (Kingdom) demonstrates her Dancing Step,...
...and goes even further with Clan Shiyuu's Priestess Dance technique...
...to the point her opponents don't even realize that they're already dead.
Tohru (Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid) catches up to a purse snatcher in mere seconds.
Nicknamed the Yellow Flash, Minato Namikaze (Naruto) was often regarded as the fastest shinobi alive due to his godly speed.
Sasuke Uchiha (Naruto)
Kakuzu (Naruto) using his variant of the Body Flicker Technique.
Itachi Uchiha (Naruto) using his variant of the Body Flicker Technique.
Fourth Raikage Ay/A (Naruto) using his Lightning Style Armor to drastically increase his speed and reflexes, creating an afterimage while slipping away from a point-blank Amaterasu.
Hiruko (Naruto Shippūden the Movie: The Will of Fire) using Swift Release to move with instantaneous speed.
Shisui Uchiha (Naruto) was infamous for his skill with the Body Flicker Technique.
Kū (Boruto: Naruto Next Generations) moving at a high-level speed as if he has teleported, easily pinning down Boruto.
Kuro (One Piece) can use Shakushi, to move at disappearing speeds while using his claws to attack.
Those who master the Six Powers/Rokushiki - Soru/Shave technique (One Piece) seem to disappear when in reality they are actually kicking the ground over 10 times in less than a second. This leg strength allows them to dash at very high speeds.
Increasing his blood flow with his Gear Second, Monkey D. Luffy's (One Piece) can use the Six Powers/Rokushiki technique, Soru/Shave with tremendous mastery...
...and while using Gear Fourth - Bounceman,...
...he can move at the supersonic speed that surpasses Gear Second...
...going even further with his Snakeman, which focuses on speed.
Thanks to the power of Paw Paw Fruit/Nikyu Nikyu no Mi, Bartholomew Kuma (One Piece) can propel himself at instantaneous speeds.
With his powerful leg strength, Sanji (One Piece)can move at tremendous speeds to the extent where skilled opponents cannot perceive him.
Hody Jones (One Piece) moving at bursts of disappearing speed due to overdosing on Energy Steroids, leaving afterimages in his wake.