I think the reference to Fomaspeed being "faster" is actually a reference to it's speed of development. In other words, it is a paper that can develop fully in as little as 60 seconds (depending on the developer used).
With respect to how "blurry" the results are, are the frame numbers blurry too? If so, it may be a problem with your contact printing equipment or technique. If the frame numbers are sharp, and the image is blurry, than my guess is that the negatives themselves are either blurry, or heavily over-exposed or heavily over-developed, or all three.