American female ski star Michaela Shiffrin (28) set a new record for the most World Cup victories in 34 years.
Shiffrin won the Alpine Women’s Slalom at the 2022-2023 International Ski Federation (FIS) World Cup held in Ore, Sweden on the 11th with a total of 1:41:77 in the first and second periods.
With her 87th World Cup victory, Shiffrin surpassed her previous record of 86 wins held by Inge Marsten Mark (of her retirement, Sweden) for the most Alpine World Cup wins, making her the all-time record for most wins. Since Stenmark won 86 World Cups from 1975 to 1989, no player has reached this record for over 30 years. But Shiffrin tied her tie by winning the giant slalom the day before and shattered her record by amassing two consecutive wins. “I can’t believe it,” Shiffrin said. After an amazing day yesterday, there is no pressure today,” she said.먹튀검증
Shiffrin won her first World Cup victory in December 2012 when she was 17 years old. On January 24, she won the giant slalom held in Kronplatz, Italy, surpassing Lindsay Vonn (retired, USA)’s 82 wins, which was the record for the most wins in the women’s division, and she stepped on the 83 win mark. She subsequently surpassed Stenmark by adding four wins.
Shiprin looks set to keep her Alpine World Cup winner title for a long time. Among her active players, Lara-Gut Beramy (Switzerland) is second only to Schiff Lynn with 36 wins. “I admire the way Siffrin rides her skis,” said Sten Mark, her existing record holder, in an interview with Germany’s Sud Deutsche Zeitung. technically perfect He deserves to break her record,” he said. “Shiprin will achieve her first ever ‘100 World Cup wins.
Shiffrin won 53, the most in slalom among his 87 World Cup victories. He has 20 wins in the giant slalom, 5 wins each in the super giant slalom and parallel event, 3 wins in the downhill and 1 win in the combined event. This season alone, he has won 13 wins, which is the most since 17 wins in the 2018-2019 season as a single season win. The 5th World Cup ‘overall championship’ has already been confirmed.
This season’s Alpine World Cup will be held in Andorra from the 15th to the 19th, with slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom and downhill.