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    Dominant Performance by Polish Climbers at the Inaugural World Cup in Speed Climbing

    Polish representatives showcased exceptional talent at the inaugural World Cup event in speed climbing in Wujiang, China. Aleksandra Mirosław clinched the title, equalling her own world record with a remarkable time of 6.24 seconds. Natalia Kałucka secured second place, while Aleksandra Kałucka finished fourth.

    Nail-Biting Battles and Near Misses in Quarterfinals

    Three Polish athletes progressed to the quarterfinals, but Patrycja Chudziak narrowly missed out on advancing, losing by a mere fraction of a second to a Chinese competitor.

    Natalia Kałucka demonstrated resilience in the semifinals, capitalizing on her opponent’s mistake to secure a spot in the final. In a thrilling final, Mirosław reaffirmed her dominance, matching her world record time once again, while Natalia Kałucka finished with a commendable time of 6.75 seconds.

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