Shiffrin Wins World Cup Ski Women’s Slalom

Shiffrin Wins World Cup Ski Women’s Slalom… Achieved 97 Wins in Total

Mikayla Shiffrin (USA) achieved her 97th career win at the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup.

Shiffrin took first place in the 2023-2024 FIS World Cup women’s slalom held in Saalbach, Austria on the 17th (Korean time)

with a total time of 1 minute 53.22 seconds in the first and second periods. 온라인카지노

There was a difference of 0.54 seconds from second place Mina Holtman (Norway)’s time of 1 minute 53.76 seconds.

Mikayla Shiffrin

Shiffrin, who achieved his ninth win this season, recorded his 97th career win.

Her 97 wins are the most wins of any FIS Alpine World Cup for either men or women.

Second place is Ingemar Stenmark (retired, Sweden) with 86 wins.

Lara Gut Behrami (Switzerland) takes second place with the most wins among active players, with 45 wins.

Mikayla Shiffrin was likely to achieve 100 wins this season, but as he will miss about a month from the end of January this year due to a knee injury, it is highly likely that he will achieve 100 wins next season.

With three races left in the Alpine World Cup this season,

Shiffrin decided to end the 2023-2024 season with today’s race.

Gut Behrami

Shiffrin has already won the slalom category this season,

and is ranked second after Gut Behrami in the overall category combining all events.

Shiffrin, who was the overall champion in the 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 seasons,

failed to achieve his third consecutive victory.

It is likely that Gut Behrami, currently ranked first,

will win the overall championship in the women’s category at this season’s Alpine World Cup.

Currently, the gap between 1st place Gutt Bellamy and 3rd place Federica Brignone (Italy) is 282 points,

a gap that can only be overtaken if Brignone wins all three remaining races.

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