5.17 and 6.64 are the new Speed WR

6 May 2022

In the Speed qualification in Seoul, Kiromal Katibin from Indonesia and Alexsandra Miroslaw from Poland set new Speed World records with 5.17 and 6.64 respectively. Miroslaw continued winning the female division at the same time Katibin made a false start in the final which made, the previous world record holder Veddriq Leonardo, from Indonesia, win the gold. It should be mentioned that first, both made a false start so they had to race again. Also, the race of the bronze was a bit anticlimax when Rahmad Badi, also from Indonesia, won as his opponent Lodovico Fossali was unfortunate to fall. Complete results

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