Aries Susanti Rahayu has become the first woman to climb a speed route in under seven seconds and in doing so set the world record. She clocked a time of 6.995 seconds at the Xiamen World Cup.

Since 2017, the record has been broken three times, all by different climbers. Held for years by Russia’s Iuliia Kaplina, it was beat by Anouck Jaubert from France, then YiLing Song from China and now by Susanti Rahayu from Indonesia.

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Tahun 2018 dominasi Indonesia di nomor speed perorangan putri berlanjut. Agustina Sari @agustinasari_ berhasil merebut emas Asian Championship di Kurayoshi, Jepang setelah di final mengalahkan atlet China Song Yi Ling. . Akankah dominasi ini berlanjut di stadion Pakansari, Bogor pada 6-10 November 2019? Dukung terus Timnas Indonesia! Source: @fpti_official . . @ifsclimbing @kemenpora @kabupaten.bogor @eigeradventure #fpti #ifsc #sport #sports #extremsport #sportclimbing #rockclimbing #panjattebing #atletsportclimbing #speedclimbing #pelatnaspanjattebing #pelatnaspanjattebingindonesia #pelatnassportclimbing #olympictokyo2020 #SportClimbingIndonesia #SportClimbing2020 #ClimbToTokyo2020 #SportClimbing2024 #ClimbToParis2024 #asianchampionship2019

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Women’s Speed World Records

2019: Aries Susanti Rahayu at 6.995
2019: YiLing Song at 7.101
2018: Anouck Jaubert at 7.321
2017: Iuliia Kaplina at 7.325

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