U.S. Alpine skiing superstar Mikaela Shiffrin extended her World Cup record-setting win total once more with a slalom win in Spindleruv Mlyn.

Shiffrin’s latest win is her 85th on the World Cup overall, her 52nd career slalom win and her 5th win this season in the discipline.

One more career World Cup wins record remains for Shiffrin to chase – the all-time mark held by Sweden’s Ingemar Stenmark. Shiffrin is now one wins shy of Stenmark’s 86 victories.

 

 

Remaining Women's Alpine Ski World Cup Schedule
Date Location Events
Jan 20-22 Cortina d' Ampezzo, Italy Downhill (2), Super-G
Jan 24-25 Kronplatz, Italy Giant Slalom (2)
Jan 28-29 Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic Slalom (2)
Feb 25-26 Crans Montana, Switzerland Downhill (3), Super-G
Mar 3-5 Kvitfjell, Norway Downhill, Super-G
Mar 10-11 Are, Sweden Giant Slalom, Slalom
Mar 15-19 Soldeu, Andorra Downhill (2), Super-G (2), Team Parallel, Giant Slalom (2), Slalom (2)
Most Career World Cup Wins
Athlete Wins
1. Ingemar Stenmark (SWE) 86
2. Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) 85
3. Lindsey Vonn (USA) 82
Shiffrin's World Cup Wins by Dicipline
Dicipline Wins
Slalom 52
Giant Slalom 19
Super-G 5
Parallel 5
Downhill 3
Combined 1
Shiffrin's World Cup Wins by Season
Season Wins
2022-23 11
2021-22 5
2020-21 3
2019-20 6
2018-19 17
2017-18 12
2016-17 11
2015-16 5
2014-15 6
2013-14 5
2012-13 4

Go back to the moment where it all began, when Shiffrin became the youngest Alpine gold medalist in Olympic history at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.