Michaela Shiffrin (28, USA) increased the record for the most wins in the women’s division of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup to 84 wins, and the men’s and women’s combined 86 wins are also on the horizon.
Shiffrin won the women’s giant slalom at the 2022-2023 FIS Alpine World Cup held in Kronplatz, Italy on the 25th (Korean time) with a total time of 2:03:28 in the first and second periods.
Shiffrin, who set a new record of 83 victories in the women’s FIS Alpine World Cup by winning the giant slalom held at the same venue the day before, added one win in one day to increase her record to 84 victories in the women’s division.
The previous record for the most wins in the women’s division was 82 wins set by Lindsay Vonn (39, USA), who retired in 2019.
With the win on this day, Shiffrin also set the record for the most wins in the men’s division, Inge Marsten Mark (retired, Sweden), with 86 victories in front of her eyes.
Stenmark won 86 victories in 1989, and if Shiffrin surpasses this mark, it will set her record for the first time in 34 years. 메이저놀이터
Shiffrin has the potential to fill his 86 wins this week.
The FIS World Cup continues on the 28th and 29th in the Czech Republic, and on both days the slalom, the main event of Shiffrin, will be held.
If Shiffrin adds two wins in the Czech Republic, she will be right on par with Sten Mark on her shoulders.
Shiffrin surpassed the 2:04:10 of 2:04:10 of Langhill Mowinkel (Norway) by 0.82 seconds, winning her 10th win this season alone.
Shiffrin, who recorded the fastest time among the 57 contestants with a time of 1:00.56 in the first period, finished the second period in 1:02.72.
He kept the first place in the total of the first and second periods, although only the record for the second period was equivalent to third place.