Shiffrin Wins Alpine Ski World Cup Comeback

Shiffrin Wins Alpine Ski World Cup Comeback… Confirmed 1st Place in Slalom Season

Mikayla Shiffrin (USA) won the race in her return after a month and a half after overcoming an injury,

confirming her first place in the slalom season at the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine Ski World Cup.

Shiffrin won the 2023-2024 FIS World Cup Alpine Women’s Slalom held in Åre, Sweden on the 10th (local time)

with a total time of 1 minute 42.95 seconds in the first and second periods. 카지노

Mikayla Shiffrin

Shiffrin, the all-time Alpine Ski World Cup winner,

increased his record to 96 wins, including 59 in slalom alone.

Mikayla, who led the overall standings in the women’s World Cup standings this season,

missed more than a month after injuring her knee during a downhill event in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, in late January.

She returned today.

Shiffrin, who lost her overall lead to Lara Gut-Behrami (Switzerland) while she was away,

claimed her sixth win of the season in her slalom and secured first place with 730 ranking points. did.

There is now only one World Cup women’s slalom race left this season,

and Shiffrin is more than 200 points ahead of second-place Petra Vlova (Slovakia, 505 points),

who has already quit the season due to injury.

Alpine World Cup

In the Alpine World Cup, winning one race gives you 100 ranking points.

With this, Shiffrin became first in her slalom event for the eighth time in her career at the World Cup season.

In the women’s overall rankings, Gut Bellamy is still in first place (1,654 points),

and while Shiffrin (1,309 points) cannot participate in the competition,

she is ranked third, behind Federica Brignone (Italy, 1,372 points). Raised it.

This season’s Alpine World Cup has one slalom, one giant slalom,

one super-G and one downhill event remaining.

Shiffrin, who ranked first overall with a time of 49.94 seconds in the first period,

also recorded the fastest time of 53.01 seconds among the participating athletes in the second period,

beating second place Zrinka Ljutić (Croatia, 1 minute 44.19 seconds)

by 1.42 seconds in total. I beat him by a second.

Michelle Gijin (Switzerland) took third place with 1 minute 44.29 seconds.

“I still have knee pain, but it’s manageable.

I feel like I can ski really well now,” Mikayla Shiffrin said.

“The second period was one of my best skis, and I’m excited to do it again this season.

“I am very happy,” he said.

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