The Czech children were quite successful in speed climbing this weekend (March 6) in Budapest international climbing competition. The best was Aneta Hyvlova (LK Prachov, Lanex, Triop, Tukan Team) who won the girls speed category.
Czech girls were successful also in difficulty, Aneta Hyvlová a Michaela Hodakova had two 2nd places in their categories.
From the Czech boys was Radovan Sifra (HK Sportsystem Lanskroun) the best on the 2nd place in his youngest category. The other was Miroslav Jedlicka the 4th in his difficulty who was the best Czech in speed on 7th position.
The full results are on the web of organizers sportmaszas.freeweb.hu
(lány - girls, fiú - boys, gyors - speed).
Our Hungarian friend Gabor Táborosi wrote us: "It was the greatest ever international climbing contest in Hungary, thank to our excellent guests from the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Latvia. I have to apologize to all of them for the inconvenience, caused by the inexperience of the organizers, the technical failures of the new equipments, or the stupid speed route, which led to the terrible delay. I hope the children enjoyed it anyhow."
Czech couch Houmy (Vlada Slouka) was very satisfied with the competition. He said that it was the success like Czech athletes in the athletic meeting in Budapest the same weekend.
The Czech rope manufacturer Lanex sponsored the competition.
There was also an adult competition this weekend in Budapest but without Czech participation.