Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) scored her 100th FIS Ski World Cup Podium after winning the Slalom in Flachau (AUT).
Shiffrin was dominant in Slalom for a few years but Petra Vlhová (SVK) has been the best as of late. Moreover, Shiffrin has been affected by the loss of her father, at the end of last season.
Just in December 14, Shiffrin won the Giant Slalom in Courchevel (FRA) and now with this victory she has scored 67 Alpine Skiing World Cup wins -third of all time-, and 43 in Slalom, more than anyone else.
With this result, Shiffrin is no third in the Word Cup. First is Vlhová, who was fourth today.
Today’s podium was completed by Katharina Liensberger (AUT) and Wendy Holdener (SUI).
This weekend, Kranjska Gora (SLO) hosts the next technical races for the FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup.