How fast is 0.000000093 times the speed of light?

It's about as fast as a Gazelle
The speed of a Gazelle is about 0.0000000700 times the speed of light.
(for Thomson's Gazelle, a.k.a. Eudorcas thomsoni, a.k.a. "Tommie", a.k.a. "Tommy")
It's about as fast as a Hare
The speed of a Hare is about 0.0000000700 times the speed of light.
(for European Brown Hare, a.k.a. Brown Hare, a.k.a. Lepus europaeus, a.k.a. Brown Hare)
It's about nine-tenths as fast as a Knuckleball (baseball)
The speed of a Knuckleball (baseball) is about 0.0000001000 times the speed of light.
(a.k.a. knuckler, a.k.a. floater, a.k.a. dancer, a.k.a. butterfly ball) (major league average)
It's about nine-tenths as fast as a Cheetah
The speed of a Cheetah is about 0.00000010240 times the speed of light.
(Acinonyx jubatus)
It's about four-fifths as fast as a Hurricane
The speed of a Hurricane is about 0.000000110 times the speed of light.
(formally: Topical cyclone; a.k.a. typhoon)
It's about four-fifths as fast as a Curveball (baseball)
The speed of a Curveball (baseball) is about 0.000000110 times the speed of light.
(a.k.a. hook, a.k.a. hammer, a.k.a. yakker) (major league average)
It's about one-and-two-fifths times as fast as a Greyhound
The speed of a Greyhound is about 0.0000000670 times the speed of light.
(a.k.a. English greyhound) (approximate maximum speed)
It's about two-thirds as fast as a Fastball (baseball)
The speed of a Fastball (baseball) is about 0.000000140 times the speed of light.
(a.k.a. rising fastball, a.k.a. cross-seam fastball, a.k.a. heater, a.k.a. hummer, a.k.a. smoker; for four-seam grip) (major league average)
It's about one-and-two-thirds times as fast as Secretariat
The speed of Secretariat is about 0.0000000560 times the speed of light.
(at Belmont Stakes, 1973)
It's about half as fast as a Skydiver (belly-to-earth)
The speed of a Skydiver (belly-to-earth) is about 0.000000180 times the speed of light.
(Belly-to-Earth orientation, average conditions, terminal velocity)
The speed of a Tornado is about 0.00000018415890 times the speed of light.
(EF2) (wind speed range average)