Shiffrin, 82 wins in the Ski World Cup… ‘Women’s most titles’ tie

Ski Empress’ Michaela Shiffrin (28, USA) tied for the most wins in the women’s division of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup.

Shiffrin won the 2022-2023 FIS Alpine World Cup Women’s Giant Slalom held in Kranská Gora, Slovenia on the 8th (local time) with a total time of 1:52:53 in the first and second periods.

Shiffrin, who won her eighth championship this season alone, increased her career World Cup wins to ’82’, putting her shoulder to shoulder with Lindsay Vonn (retired, USA) holding the most wins in the FIS World Cup Alpine women’s event.

According to the Associated Press, Shiffrin immediately after winning his 82nd win said, “I was very nervous ahead of this race. My face was hot.” I wanted to do a good race, and I did it.”

Shiff Lynn now challenges her record for most wins overall. Ingemar Stenmark (Sweden) holds the record for the most wins in both men and women with 86 wins.

With this season running into March, there are eight remaining events in the slalom and giant slalom, which are Schiffrin’s main events, so there is a possibility that Schiffrin will surpass Stenmark’s record within her season.

In the 2022-2023 season previously held, Shiffrin won 8 times in 12 slalom and giant slalom matches.

Schiffrin will challenge her to break the record for most wins in the women’s World Cup Alpine event in the slalom held in Flahau, Austria on the 10th.

Meanwhile, Federica Brignone (Italy), who recorded a combined time of 1:53.30 in the first and second races, rose to second place, followed by Gut Bellamy (Switzerland) with a time of 1:53.50.


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