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A speed climber dubbed 'Spider-Woman' destroyed a world record while injured in a mind-boggling gold-medal climb

Published by Business Insider on Mon, 21 Oct 2019

Indonesian speed climber Aries Susanti Rahayu climbed a 15-meter speed route in just 6.995 seconds.The 24-year-old shattered the previous world record and became the first woman to complete a speed route in under seven seconds.After her historic climb, Susanti Rahayu revealed to an interviewer that she was climbing with injuries on her hands.Speed climbing will make its Olympics debut in Tokyo next year, where Susanti Rahayu is an obvious favorite to take home the gold.Watch the video of her impressive climb below:Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Indonesian speed climber Aries Susanti Rahayu shocked the climbing world by ascending a 15-meter speed route in under seven seconds, smashing the world record.She also became the first woman in the sport to beat the seven-second mark, and she did it all while injured.The 24-year-old took down previous world-record holder YiLing Song of China to win gold at the Xiamen World Cup Saturday while nursing injuries on her hands. Susanti Rahayu's 6.995-second climb was a full 0.11 seconds faster than Song's time at the IFSC World Cup in Chongqing, China, this April.Women's speed climbing record was smashed. Under 7 seconds. Inhuman. pic.twitter.com/8EC1A1wE1O' Mark Serrels (@Serrels) October 20, 2019"My condition is not good," she said after the record-setting climb. "You can look at my hand, my fingers.""Blessed to get a record. Amazing for me," she added.Read more: Simone Biles is the most dominant athlete on the planet, and now she's primed to become the most accomplished Olympian of all timeThis is the third time the world record has changed hands since 2017, according to the International Federation of Sport Climbing. In that span, the top competitors in the sport have shaved nearly half of a second off of the previous world record. Terima kasih ya Allah... Alhamdulillah pada seri terakhir IFSC WorldCup Xiamen saya bisa memecahkan rekor dunia baru 6,995 detik dari rekor sebelumnya 7,101 detik dipegang Yi Ling Song, lawan saya di final. . Ternyata kekuatan pikiran sangatlah luar biasa. Akhir agustus lalu saya mengalami cidera tangan kanan di bagian jari dan itu mempengaruhi performa saya sehingga tidak dapat mencapai limit waktu seperti pada saat latihan. Dan, ini sedikit mengganggu konsentrasi saya menjelang kompetisi, "Apakah mungkin saya bisa tampil maksimal'" . Namun, di tengah keraguan, selalu ada pelatih, keluarga dan tim yang selalu mensuport saya. Bahwa tidak ada yang tidak mungkin selagi kita mau berusaha. "Lupakan rasa sakit! Ubah menjadi kekuatan!" . Thanks a lot @thecircuitclimbing. Foto yang sangat keren.. . . @fpti_official @eigeradventure #ifsc #ifscwc #sportclimbing #speedclimbing #speed #competition #worldrecord #goldmedal #china #fpti #panjattebing #panjattebingindonesia #eiger #eigeradvanture #eigertropicaladvanture A post shared by Aries Susanti Rahayu (@aries_susanti) on Oct 20, 2019 at 5:17pm PDTon Oct 20, 2019 at 5:17pm PDT Speed climbing will make its Olympics debut in Tokyo next year, where Susanti Rahayu is an obvious favorite to take home the gold and once again find her way into the record books.Read more:15-year-old American Cori 'Coco' Gauff ' the heir apparent to Serena Williams' throne ' has jumped 614 places in the world tennis rankings after one extraordinary seasonCarli Lloyd is serious about becoming an NFL kicker after finishing her USWNT career ' 'I'm entertaining it'No. 1 NBA draft pick Zion Williamson will miss the start of the NBA season with a knee injury, but it could be a blessing in disguise for the PelicansUSWNT captain Carli Lloyd said the 2019 World Cup was 'absolutely the worst time of my life'Join the conversation about this storyNOW WATCH: Statistics tell us today's NBA teams would beat the 1996 Bulls
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