Mikaela Shiffrin Breaks Lindsey Vonn’s Record for World Cup Wins

Shiffrin passed Vonn by winning her 83rd World Cup race, the most by a female skier. She now needs just four more wins to break Ingemar Stenmark’s career record of 86.

For Mikaela Shiffrin, Tuesday was more than just another giant slalom race. Her win at Kronplatz in Italy was the 83rd World Cup triumph of her career, giving her the most wins by a female skier in history.

On a gray afternoon, Shiffrin did what she does best — winning from the front, leading the standings after the first run down the steep and windy slope, then delivering a clean, hard and aggressive second run to win by 45-hundredths of

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