World Cup Medal set is going to Poland! Aleksandra Miroslaw, Aleksandra Kałucka, and Natalia Kałucka won accordingly 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in speed climbing at the 2022 IFSC World Cup!
Miroslaw took gold for the second consecutive World Cup event – the seventh of her career – marking the best time of her final in the race for the gold medal: 6.93 seconds. Aleksandra Kalucka won Silver, finishing almost one seconds behind her teammate with 7.83. The current women’s Speed world champion, Natalia Kalucka, competed the podium in third place, besting Emma Hunt of the United States of America in one of the closest races of the night: 7.52 for the Polish climber, 7.58 for Hunt. (ifsc-climbing.org)
Speed climbing is a discipline in which speed is the ultimate goal. The sportsmen train on rocks, walls, and poles. This discipline is extremely demanding and recommended for highly skilled and experienced climbers only.
The Polish representative group consists of the best athletes with incredible scores. Besides the wonderful performance in Salt Lake City on 20-20 May, Aleksandra Mirosław succeed and set new Speed world records at the IFSC World Cup in Seoul two weeks ago. She broke the world record she set at the Olympics and stops the clock at 6.64.
YOU CAN’T BE SERIOUS!
Aleksandra Miroslaw ?? DESTROYS the world record she set at the Olympics, and stops the clock at 6.64.
— International Federation of Sport Climbing (@ifsclimbing) May 6, 2022