Mikaela Shiffrin Equaled 32-Year-Old Record With Slalom Victory at Killington, VT on Sunday

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Shiffrin after her slalom run at Killington. Credit: NBC

Mikaela Shiffrin equaled a 32-year-old record set by Swedish great Ingemar Stenmark when she won the slalom at Killington, VT, on Sunday.

The victory took Mikaela to 46 World Cup slalom victories––the most in a single discipline since Stenmark won his 46th giant slalom.

Shiffrin beat her rival Petra Vlhova by 0.75secs to claim her 71st World Cup victory in all disciplines. Wendy Holdener of Switzerland finished third, 0.83secs behind Shiffrin.

Shiffrin moved 20 points ahead of Vlhova at the top of the overall World Cup standings.

With 71 victories, Shiffrin is currently the third most winningest skier ever behind Lindsey Vonn (82) and Ingemar Stenmark (86).

Full SnowBrains race report to follow.

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