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Pole defends title of world champion in speed climbing

18.08.2019 07:30
Poland’s Aleksandra Mirosław defended her title of world champion on Saturday as speed climbing finals took place at the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) World Championships in Japan.
Aleksandra Mirosław.
Aleksandra Mirosław.EPA/JIJI PRESS

Mirosław, who won the title in Innsbruck, Austria, last year finished the route in 7.129 seconds in the final and defeated China’s Di Niu, who clocked 8.363.

Other Poles finished in lower positions with the highest ranked, Patrycja Chudziak, coming seventh.

With her success on Saturday, Aleksandra Mirosław secured a place at the combination competition on Sunday and therefore faces a chance to qualify for next year’s Summer Olympics in Tokyo.

The 2020 Tokyo Olympics will include sport climbing for the first time in the history of Olympic Games. The competition is set to combine speed, boulder and lead climbing disciplines.


Source: PAP