The Swiss Amélie Wenger-Reymond is the biggest winner in the history of the FIS Ski World Cups, across all disciplines. In her case, all in Telemark.
This weekend she managed to become the first skier (of any gender or discipline) to reach 150 World Cup victories. She had five gold and one silver medal this week on the Bad Hindelang / Oberjoch (DEU) round.
Amélie triumphed in the two Sprint events, the two Classic and one Parallel Sprint events.
In Parallel Sprint, Beatrice Zimmermann (SUI) managed to beat her, but Amélie won in the second, to reach 150 gold medals in World Cups.
With the two golds of today’s Classic she reached 152 World Cup triumphs, ahead of the 114 achieved by Marit Bjørgen (NOR) in his cross-country skiing career.