#2 is not a defined event, so I cannot comment. #10 is obviously sport specific.
I don’t think I can rope climb, but I can do 18BW pull-ups and I am sorely out of competition shape…sorely.
The rest of the list could be accomplished by most D1 TB’s with 8 weeks energy system training. Give them to a conditioning nut like Davies, and they would ease through all of this… for sure.
BW * 40 squats is nothing if you train strength endurance at all. Personally, all of my athletes do RE method of squats 1 x 20 reps every week… trying to add 5 lbs every week. A D1 RB could do this very quickly with training. Try it yourself. Start with 135 and start your workout with it 20 times. Next week try 145, and so on… then make 5 lb jumps. Most guys are just scared to hurt a little. If you are 205, then 315 x 20 will soon… very. Just sack up.
A 4.1 30m is fast, but not exceptional. It weeds out the dum-de-dum-de-dum-dum-dum-dum-dum guys… that is all.
A 10ft broad jump is fair, and I think 2.83 meters isn’t even 10 ft… not tough.
A 275 power clean is good, but not exceptional by any means if you lift the O’s. Not even 1.5X BW.
A 11:15 for 1.8 miles is good, but not very tough with the correct training.
The only tough lift I see is the military press. I could never military that much weight, but I was a WR with an AC joint impingement.
All of the other lifts I could have done easily, as could most D1 TB’s who are in shape.
I add myself in the mix mereley because I was almost not even a FB / track guy… almost more of a soccer outside middie. Only played WR because I like contact, but all offseason was spent on the pitch.
So if a soccer pus / WR could do this all very easily, save for the military…
well, enough said. I am impressive when I run and jump, but I never have thought of myself as a weightroom beast… at all.
BTW~ Sambo Kuntao and Jeet Kun Do were the basis for the integrated martial arts style I took, so I am in no way putting down Sambo guys… huge respect. But these numbers are only good, not amazing.