Sir Edward Lampard (Seiken Tsukai no World Break); via Alkaid.
Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog)
Dandy (Space Dandy); via traveling faster then the speed of thought
Arata Kasuga (Trinity Seven); via Chrono Calculation
Nozdurmo & The Bronze Dragonflight (World of Warcraft)
Jaunt Device (The Jaunt)
Cavendish and Dakotas Student Driving Car (Milo Murphy Law)
Speed of the Hummingbird (Tooth Fairy 2)
Shard of Lightning (Xiaolin Showdown)
The Netherworld (Toji no Miko: Katana Maidens)
By manipulating his personal time, Professor Paradox (Ben 10: Alien Force)…
…can move so fast he appears to be a blur.
By using the power of the Super Saiyan Blue Kaioken, Goku (Dragon Ball series) is able to continue moving even in the midst of Hit's Time-Skip technique.
Quicksilver (Marvel Comics) is so fast he can travel through time
Tracer (Overwatch) can control her own time to such a degree that she can have time based super speed.
After pushing his powers to the limit to stop two missiles, Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog) found himself moving so fast, even when just walking, that time appeared to have stopped.
Shard of Lightning (Xiaolin Showdown) allow the user to move fast as the speed of light for for short periods of time
Zoom (DC Comics) gained faster than light temporal speed as a result of an accident using The Cosmic Treadmill. Not only did it restore his legs but cast him out of the timestream, making him appear faster than The Flash.
By using the Light Technique - Alkaid, Sir Edward Lampard (Seiken Tsukai no World Break) can move so fast that it seems as if time has stopped.
Roger Smith (American Dad) can move so fast that time seem to slow down giving him enough time to fake his death and text Bob Saget.
Using Zone Speed, Mario (Mario Tennis Aces) moves so fast that time appears to slow down, allowing him to reach any balls hit to the other side of the court he cannot reach at normal speed.