‘New history’ Shiffrin, 83 wins in the Ski World Cup… Most wins in women’s division

Something unbelievable happened.”

‘Ski Empress’ Michaela Shiffrin (28, USA) wrote a new history. She set the record for the most wins in the women’s Alpine Ski World Cup. On the 24th (hereinafter referred to as Korean time), at the ‘2022-2023 International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup’ women’s giant slalom held in Kronplatz, Italy, she recorded a total of 2 minutes 00 seconds 61 in the first and second periods, and rose to the top. She was 0.45 seconds ahead of Laragut Berami (32 · Switzerland · 2:01:06), who took second place. She marked 58.72 in the first period, followed by 1:01.89 in the second period. All were number 1.

It was the moment of holding the 83rd World Cup trophy in her personal career. It’s a new record. Until the end, the original ski empress Lindsay Vonn (39, USA) reported 82 wins, the highest record in this category. Vaughn ended her playing career in February 2019. Shiprin stood shoulder to shoulder with her Vaughn on the 8th, winning her World Cup Women’s event in Kranská Gora, Slovenia. However, she subsequently suffered her highs as she stood in four World Cup races in a row. She stayed in 2nd, 4th, 7th and 7th places. After her fifth challenge, she succeeded in taking a step forward.

move on without hesitation Shiffrin, who appeared like a comet, won his first World Cup medal (3rd place) at the age of 16 in December 2011 in Lienz, Austria, in the slalom event. His first win was in slalom at the World Cup in Ore, Sweden in December 2012. In December 2018, he stepped on the height of 50 wins in his career by winning the Courchevel World Cup slalom in France. At the time, she was 23 years and 9 months old, making her the youngest player ever to compete in both men’s and women’s divisions. In the 2018-2019 season, she even won a whopping 17 wins. She broke the record for most wins in a single season at the FIS World Cup. 메이저사이트

The sprint continues. Looking forward to her 86 wins, the most in her men’s career. It was written in 1989 by ‘Legend of Alpine Skiing’ Ingemar Stenmark (67, Sweden, retired). There are many elements of expectations. In this season alone, there are seven remaining events in slalom and giant slalom, which are his main events. Shiffrin won 51 of his 83 World Cup victories, more than half of them, in slalom. He won 18 wins in the giant slalom and five each in the super giant slalom and parallel slalom. Considering that he is still in his 20s, it is worth aiming for the first 100 wins in the history of the Alpine World Cup.

He expressed his overwhelming feelings. According to the Associated Press, Shiffrin said after the match, “There are no words to express all my feelings. It doesn’t seem to make sense,” he said. “I was a little nervous in the second period. As the race unfolded, everything felt quiet. I was surprised to cross the finish line with a good record.”

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