Double Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin claimed her first super-G FIS Alpine World Cup victory at Lake Louise on Sunday, becoming the seventh female all-event winner.
Shiffrin finished in one minute and 19.41 seconds to beat runner-up Ragnhild Mowinckel, third-placed Viktoria Rebensburg and a congested chasing pack.
Shiffrin, 23, made the most of compatriot Lindsey Vonn’s absence to triumph, the skiing great having pulled out with injury earlier in the week.
And one year on from her first downhill success at the same meet, this win means Shiffrin has now enjoyed World Cup victories in all five major disciplines.
Shiffrin has 46 World Cup wins in total and joins Vonn, Anja Parson, Pernilla Wiberg, Petra Kronberger, Janica Kostelic and Tina Maze in achieving the feat.
Now it’s 7 of us 🙂 https://t.co/Regs0sTiEg
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