Michaela Shiffrin (28, USA), the “ski master”, won the final match of the 2022-2023 season of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup season, increasing the record for most wins to 88.
Shiffrin took first place at the Alpine World Cup Women’s Giant Slalom held in Soldeu, Andorra on the 19th (local time) with a combined time of 1:55:88 in the first and second periods. Shiprin broke the record for most wins in both men’s and women’s careers once more with her FIS Alpine World Cup victory of 88 in her career.
With 14 victories this season, Shiffrin surpassed Lindsay Vonn (retired, USA), who had the most wins in the Alpine World Cup, with 82 victories, and Ingemar Stenmark먹튀검증 (retired, Sweden), who won the most championships in the men’s division, with 86 victories.
After her 17 wins in the 2018-19 season, she recorded more than 10 wins again in 4 years, opening her second peak, and is expected to achieve her first 100 wins in the next season. Shiffrin won the overall championship in the slalom and giant slalom at this season’s Alpine World Cup, and took first place in the overall category including downhill and giant slalom.