Michaela Shiffrin (28, USA) postponed breaking the record for the most wins in the Alpine women’s division of the International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup to another time.
At the 2022-2023 FIS Alpine World Cup Women’s Super Giant Slalom held in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy on the 23rd (Korean time), Shiprin recorded 1:23:84, ranking 7th out of 55 players.
Her win was won by Langhil Mo Winkel (Norway) who recorded 1:23:22.
Shiffrin won her World Cup Women’s Giant Slalom held in Kranská Gora, Slovenia on the 8th and filled her personal career with 82 wins, tying her shoulders with the most wins in the FIS World Cup Alpine Women’s Division held by Lindsay Vonn (retired, USA). 헤라카지노
With just one win, she could break the women’s record for most wins, but Shiffrin hasn’t topped the list since. Shiffrin, who won runner-up in the women’s slalom World Cup held in Flahau, Austria on the 10th, finished fourth, seventh, and seventh in three World Cup races.
Since this season’s World Cup competition runs until March, Shiffrin is likely to break her women’s record for most wins and surpass her overall record of 86 wins by Ingemar Stenmark (Sweden) within this season. there is.
Shiffrin will challenge again to win 83 in the giant slalom held in Kronplatz, Italy on the 24th and 25th.