Libor Hroza reports on Facebook that he was #2 in the USA Speed Nationals after J Brosler. Interestingly, the starting holds were placed to at least 6 cm too and in the final Libor fell directly in his second race. In the qualification, he made it to the top of the shortened route at 3.65 seconds, which can be compared with the world record 5.60.
Even in the last world championship in Paris, the Speed route did not get certified allowing world records. It will be critical for the Olympic challenge that IFSC can help all organizers replicate the official route.