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    Magdalena Łuczak Shines at US Collegiate Championships

    Poland’s rising ski star, Magdalena Łuczak, showcased her prowess at the US Collegiate Championships, dominating both the giant slalom and slalom events. This triumph marks her second and third collegiate titles in the USA.

    In the giant slalom, Łuczak left no room for doubt, clinching victory with an impressive margin over her competitors. Her flawless runs secured her the top spot, outpacing Madison Hoffman and Denise Dingsleder by 1.18 seconds. Notably, she also surpassed seasoned World Cup contenders like Kaja Norbye and Sara Rask.

    Domination Continues in Slalom

    Łuczak continued her stellar performance in the slalom event, leading from the outset and maintaining her advantage despite challenging conditions. Her final time of 1:25.43 secured her victory once again, reaffirming her status as a force to be reckoned with.

    Not only did Łuczak excel individually, but she also contributed significantly to her team’s success, earning the maximum 80 points for the University of Colorado Buffaloes. With her second and third collegiate titles, Łuczak proves her potential to join the ranks of the world’s elite skiers.

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