Michaela Shiffrin of the United States wrote the history of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup women’s tie for the most wins.
Shiprin became the protagonist of her victory at the 2022-2023 FIS Alpine World Cup Women’s giant slalom event held in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia on the 8th (local time).
Shiffrin recorded a combined time of 1:52:53 in the first and second periods, narrowly beating Italy’s Federica Brignone (1:53:30) and Gut Bellamy (1:53:50).
Shiffrin tasted the joy of winning the 82nd World Cup in his personal career, collecting 8 wins this season alone. She tied the record for most wins in the women’s FIS World Cup Alpine, held by retired American legend Lindsay Vonn.
Shiffrin now rewrites the women’s record for most wins with each alpine skiing summit. In addition, her men’s record of 86 victories is also on the horizon, and 메이저사이트 the moment when she will be named the world’s strongest skier is getting closer.
Shiffrin will challenge for 83 wins in the slalom event to be held in Flahau, Austria on the 10th. With eight major events left in the slalom and giant slalom, there is a high possibility of surpassing Stenmark this season.
Shiffrin won the gold medal in the slalom category at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics at the age of 18 years and 345 days, becoming the youngest ever Olympic gold medalist in alpine skiing.
At the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics held in South Korea, she won a gold medal in the giant slalom and a silver medal in the combined event, making her name as the strongest player in the world.