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Remarkable Speed in Buenos Aires
OffLine 8a.nu
  2018-10-08 00:00:00    
Although only a couple male Speed specialists competing in the Youth Olympic Games qualifying, half of the youngster did go sub 7.47. Sam Avezou 7.05 sticks out and in fact only Tomoa Narasaki was faster among the non-Speed specialist in the WCH in Innsbruck. In general, the youngsters werr considerably faster than most of the seniors competing in Combined in Innsbruck. As an example, Combined winner Jakob Schubert had 7.55 and #2 Adam Ondra did 9.32. Complete results

It should be mentioned that also many of the girls did climb faster in comparison to the female in Innsbruck but not to that extent as for the male.
OffLine Ido Vlaardingerbroek
  2018-10-09 14:29:58    
I guess it's time to conclude the previous speed "experts" where not that good.
OffLine Jens Larssen
  2018-10-09 14:55:57    
Indeed, could you please help me to find that article :)

I actually think that in the future we will see that the younger you started doing it the better you will become. Even if Adam Ondra is a fast Lead climber it is very hard to re-learn Speed climbing being 25 years old.