MRI of tissues with short transverse relaxation times below 1 millisecond such as bone or myelin raises both scientific and clinical interest. However, achieving high spatial resolution for short-T2 signals is challenging as large gradient strengths are required. Furthermore, large G implies high signal bandwidth, thus increasing the demands for short-T2 imaging techniques. Therefore, currently, short-T2 imaging faces significant restrictions with respect to spatial resolution and accessible T2s. In this work, all these challenges are tackled to expand the limits of short-T2 MRI using large G up to 200 mT/m and high BW up to 2 MHz.