Indonesian Phenom Smashes Speed Record at World Cup in Salt Lake City. John Brosler Sets New American Record.
The 2021 Speed World Cup season is off to a helluva good start.
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The first Speed World Cup of the season kicked off this morning in Salt Lake City, Utah, with a qualifying round. In the most electrifying moment of the competition, Indonesia’s speed climbing phenom Kiromal Katibin broke the previous men’s world record by approximately 0.22 seconds. Katibin’s new world record—5.258 seconds—was set during a run against American Darren Skolnik in the very first heat of the round.