These two pictures show the speed of the solar wind. The speed of the solar wind was measured by the Ulysses spacecraft. The red and blue arrows show how fast the solar wind was "blowing". Longer arrows show higher speeds. The picture on the left shows the Sun at "solar min" when there are few sunspots. The picture on the right shows the "solar max" period of a sunspot cycle. That's when the Sun is very active and there are usually lots of sunspots. At solar min, the fast solar wind (~750 km/sec) flows outward from coronal holes near the poles. The slow solar wind (~400 km/sec) flows more slowly from the Sun's equator. At solar max the Sun's magnetic field is a scrambled mess. The speed of the solar wind is not really related to latitude at solar max.
Images courtesy of the ESA.