Veddriq wins and sets a new WR - 5.208

Saturday, 29 May

Leonardo Veddriq from Indonesia won the Speed final where he also set a new world record at 5.208. Runner up was his teammate Kiromal Katibin, who had made two new world records in the qualifications. "I’m very happy today for this gold medal and for breaking the world record,” said Leonardo right after the final. “It’s been amazing to compete alongside my teammate. We didn’t come here for the victory, we came here to break records." (c) Daniel Gajda/IFSC

Among the female, Olympian Aleksandra Miroslaw won and her fastest time was 7.20 from the qualification. The big sensation was that Miho Nonaka got the bronze and her best time was 8.20. Complete results. Full report from IFSC.

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