Alex Honnold and Adam Ondra are nowhere near the top athletes in rock climbing as defined by the criteria, and they would be the first to admit it. Ondra is probably the best or second best lead climber in the world and a top 5 boulderer, and he is certainly incredibly fit, but the reason he is the best overall sport climber is because he has amazing balance, proprioception, and skill, in other words his natural talent and feel for the sport is the reason he is the best overall climber in the world, not his physique. Honnold is no where near the top of the climbing world in terms of his ability to climb difficult routes and problems, or his alpine prowess. What sets him apart is his incredible mastery of the mental aspect of climbing and his skill set and versatility as a climber. Physically Sharma is a better overall athlete than Ondra. Ueli is an amazing athlete but I'm not sure he qualifies as the elite of the elite if you are measuring simply physique alone, what sets him apart is that he is incredibly skilled and mentally tough. If we were talking about simply the mental side of sport, Ondra Honnold and Ueli would have a good shot to make the top 50 and they would certainly beat Sharma.