‘Ski Queen’ Shiffrin achieves 81 individual wins… -1 win to create new history
America’s “Ski Queen” Michaela Shiffrin (28) reached the top of her personal career at the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup for the 81st time.
In the 2022-2023 FIS World Cup Alpine 안전놀이터 Women’s Slalom held in Zagreb, Croatia on the 4th (local time), Shiffrin recorded a total of 1 minute 36 seconds 42 in the first and second stages, beating Slovakia’s Petra Vlova by 0.76 seconds to claim the glory of the championship. hugged
With this win, Shiff Lynn made it her 7th win of the season. Shiprin’s 7 wins in her single season is the first time in 4 years since her 17 wins in the 2018-2019 season.
Along with this, he achieved the feat of 81 wins in his personal career. Retired Lindsey Vaughn (39) has only one win left to record the most wins (82 wins) in the FIS World Cup alpine category.
Shifrin initially aimed for 82 wins in the slalom event held at the same place on the 5th, but as the game was canceled due to high temperatures and wind, he had no choice but to commit to the next one.
However, if Shiffrin wins two days in a row in the giant slalom event to be held in Slovenia on the 7th and 8th, it will surpass the bone and write a new history of alpine skiing.
At the age of 18 years and 345 days at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, Shiffrin won the gold medal in slalom, making her the youngest Olympic alpine skiing gold medalist ever. At the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, she continued her queen’s journey by winning a gold medal in the giant slalom and a combined silver medal.