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Michaela Kiersch placed fifth in last year’s Sport Nationals, so moving up to second this year is a laudable accomplishment.
Beyond that, Kiersch gets props for giving spectators the most exciting moment of the comp: Shortly after nailing the “slam dunk” dyno on the headwall—and controlling the swing to a big pop from the crowd—she got stymied while attempting to match the route’s top hold.
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Next she'll head to Innsbruck, Austria, to train for the upcoming IFSC World Cup and it'll be exciting to see what threat she poses to international rivals.
This is clearly Buhrfeind’s time to shine, and as an American, I can’t help but be excited for her future in competition.
And if the comp had a highlight reel, Kiersch’s composure and control would deserve a featured segment.
More than any previous Nationals, this year’s Speed portion brought drama. First, Piper Kelly cruised the route in a swift 9.45 seconds.
Now, at just 19 years old, this could be her big step into the world of adult comp glory after crushing youth championships for years.
The drama was palpable; since several previous competitors—Brooke Raboutou, Margo Hayes, and Alex Puccio—had already topped the route, Kiersch would only stand on the podium if she could match the hold.
She made several attempts, catching herself and then readjusted after each miss.
Buhrfeind's first run had been a bust, so it all came down to her second attempt—could she beat Kelly to snag the championship?
In the end, Buhrfeind cruised up the wall to a blistering 8.86 (mere moments after having claimed victory in the Sport discipline).