Michaela Shiffrin (28, USA)’s achievement of the most wins in the women’s division of the International Ski Federation (FIS) Alpine World Cup has been delayed again.
In the women’s downhill event of the 2022-2023 FIS Alpine World Cup held in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy on the 20th (local time), Shiprin recorded 1 minute 33 seconds 97, ranking 4th out of 52 competitors.
With 82 career wins in her Alpine World Cup, Shiff Lynn shares the record for most career women’s wins with Lindsey Vonn (her retired USA). 바카라사이트
If she wins one more time, she will be the first to achieve 83 wins in the women’s division. After her slalom runner-up in Flahau, Austria on the 10th, she also finished in 4th place in this event, her second challenge.
Inge Marsten Mark (retired, Sweden) holds the record for most wins for her men and women with 86, and Schiffrin has a chance to surpass 86 this season as well.
However, downhill, which was the day’s event, is not Shiffrin’s main event.
Ski alpine is divided into downhill and super-giant events, which are speed systems, and slalom and giant slalom, which are technical systems. Shiffrin is a strong technical athlete. Bonn’s main sport was the speedometer.
Sofia Goza (Italy) took the championship in 1:33:47, 0.5 seconds faster than Shiffrin.
In the same place, downhill on the 21st and super-G on the 22nd, speed-based competitions will follow.
The next schedule for Shiffrin’s main event, the technical world, is the giant slalom held in Kronplatz, Italy on the 24th.