Mikaela Shiffrin made another entry into the World Cup record books last weekend in Lienz, Austria, where the 24-year-old skier won both the giant slalom and slalom events, giving her 64 career wins.
It was her 43rd World Cup win in the slalom, tying Lindsey Vonn for the women’s record in a single discipline. Vonn retired last year with 43 downhill victories.
Shiffrin is also now only 18 victories short of Vonn’s overall women’s mark of 82.
Which leaves us wondering; could Shiffrin break the record at Killington later this year?