83 wins… Shiffrin goes beyond the legend and becomes the new ‘Ski Empress’

Michaela Shiffrin (28) overtook Lindsey Vonn (39, USA) to become the new ‘Ski Empress’.

Shiffrin won the 2022-2023 season International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup women’s giant slalom held in Kronplatz, Italy on the 24th (Korean time) with a total of 2:00.61 in the first and second periods.먹튀검증

With this, Shiffrin achieved her 83rd victory, a new record for most wins in the women’s FIS World Cup alpine event. Her previous record was Vaughn’s 82 victories. This is a great record achieved in the 4th and 5th seasons. Shiprin achieved 82 wins in her giant slalom in Slovenia on the 8th. However, she was upset after failing to accumulate a multiplier in four races. On this day, Shiffrin ran her first time in 58 seconds and 72, ranking first out of 57 contestants. She also passed the second period with the fastest time of 1:01:89.

Shiffrin’s challenge continues. The next goal is 86 wins for Ingemar Stenmark (retired, Sweden), who holds the record for most wins in the men’s division. There is a possibility that it will be surpassed within this season. This is because Shiffrin’s main events, slalom and giant slalom, have seven rounds left. Above all, Shiffrin is young. Bonn won her 82nd win at the age of 34, and Stenmark won her 86th in 1989 at the age of 33. Shiffrin, now in his 20s, could even aim for the first 100 Alpine World Cup ever. After winning her first World Cup victory in December 2013, Shiffrin took her 83 victories in her own 11th season. She has 9 wins this season alone. Her own most wins in a season is her 17 in her 2018–19 season.

Shiffrin won gold medals in the slalom at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and the giant slalom at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. In Pyeongchang, she also won a silver medal in alpine combined. However, at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, which aimed for five gold medals, it was only a’no medal’. Cyprin stood up, thinking of her father every time she faced her ordeal. Shiffrin, who won gold medals in the alpine ski slalom at the 2014 Sochi Olympics and the giant slalom at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, suddenly stopped racing in the 2019-20 season, when she was leading the overall by accumulating multipliers without hesitation. This is because in early February 2020, his father, Jeff Shiprin, passed away suddenly.

The cause of death of Shiffrin’s father, who was 65 at the time, was said to be an accident. His father was Shiffrin’s mentor. Disappointed, Shiffrin took off her skis and walked away. There were even rumors of his retirement. He returned in early March, a month after overcoming his sadness. to honor his father. At the time, Shiffrin said on social media (SNS), “I want to play a good game. If I do that, my father will be happy.” At the awards ceremony for his 82nd win, Shifrin said, “In the past, my father took pictures of me standing on the podium with a camera. I will keep my father in my heart.” Shiffrin challenges her personal career to 84 wins and 10 wins in the season in the giant slalom held at the same place on the 25th.

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