Kalucka and Boldyrev Speed World Champions

EDITORIAL

Thursday, 16 September

Natalia Kalucka and Danyil Boldyrev are the new Speed World Champions. Boldyrev, who also got the gold in 2014, won his first final race with 0.004 seconds and in the quarter-final, his opponent fell. Then he had the third fastest time in the semi but did anyhow advance to the final where he won in a clean race against Erik Noya Cordona with 5.73 against 5.95.

Natalia (19) won the Youth World Champion in Moscow in 2018 and her previous best in the World Cup is #5. Runner-up was Iuliia Kaplina and the bronze got Aleksandra Miroslaw, who had the three best times but fell in the semi.

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