In the 2009 adaptation of Watchmen, Rorschach narrates about Adrian Veidt:
I cannot imagine a more dangerous opponent. Used to joke he was fast enough to catch a bullet. He could kill us both alone in the snow.
Rorshach believes this so much that he finishes and posts his journal to The New Frontiersman before leaving for Karnak, despite the fact that - in the movie at least - Rorschach is the most capable hand-to-hand fighter that we've seen fight.
We see Ozymandias outflank an assassin while dodging his bullets, and make it look effortless in the process.
And then we learn that:
...it was Veidt who hammered the Comedian in the opening scene and threw him out of the window to his death.
Ozymandias is consistently called the smartest man in the world, but from the above you would also be forgiven for thinking he was also the most superhuman (if we're no longer considering Dr. Manhattan human, which he himself obviously doesn't).
Where exactly does Ozymandias get this strength from? It's my impression that Dr. Manhattan is the only one of the Watchmen with true superpowers, but both what we've heard about Veidt and seen from him indicate otherwise.