Michaela Shiffrin (28, USA) stood tall as the all-time winner of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup, both men and women.
At the 2022-23 FIS Alpine World Cup women’s slalom event held in Ore, Sweden on the 11th, Shiffrin won with a record of 1 minute 41 seconds 77 in the first and second periods. After winning the women’s giant slalom held the previous day at the same venue, Shiffrin, who stood at the top two days in a row, achieved her 87th World Cup career victory, breaking the men’s Alpine World Cup record of 86 wins held by Inge Marsten Mark (retired, Sweden). and set a new record for her.메이저놀이터
Stenmark won 86 World Cups between 1975 and 1989, and her record remained unbroken for the next 34 years.
Shiffrin, who won her first World Cup win in December 2012, achieved 83 victories, surpassing Lindsay Vonn (retired, USA)’s 82 wins, which was the record for the most wins in the women’s division on January 24, and eventually surpassed Sten Mark.
Of his 87 wins, Shiffrin won 53 in slalom, 20 in slalom, 5 in super-G and parallel events, 3 in downhill and 1 in combined. She has won 13 World Cups this season. Her single season is the most after 17 wins in the 2018-19 season. In this season’s Alpine World Cup, from the 15th to the 19th, in Andorra, there are slalom, slalom, super-G, and downhill events, so Shiffrin’s record could increase further.
“I admire the way Schiffrin rides her skis,” Stenmark told Sud Deutsche Zeitung. technically perfect He deserves to break her record,” he said. “Shiffrin will achieve the first ‘100 World Cup wins’.”
“I can’t believe it,” said Shiffrin, who wrote history at Ore, where he won the World Cup for the first time in 2012. “After an amazing day yesterday, there is no pressure today.”