Solder: Shiffrin remet ça !

Solder: Shiffrin remet ça !


This Sunday, the American Mikaela Shiffrin won the giant slalom in Soldeu. His 88th career success for the last race of the season. Tessa Worley finished eleventh.

The 2022-2023 Women’s Alpine Skiing World Cup season is officially over. This Sunday afternoon, the very last race, namely the giant slalom of Soldeu in Andorra, where the World Cup finals take place, was won by Mikaela Shiffrin. The American, after setting the fastest time in the first run, resisted in the second. This allows him to finish ahead of Thea Louise Stjernesund by just six hundredths of a second.

The Norwegian, fifth in the first heat, made a very good comeback to narrowly fail for the final victory. For her part, the Canadian Valérie Grenier, second fastest in the first heat, slipped one position to finish third of the day.

Sport Shiffrin concludes exceptional season

Seventh at the end of the first run, Tessa Worley was in more difficulty during the second act. The French finally finished in eleventh place. His compatriot Coralie Frasse Sombet, for his 86th and last start in the World Cup, is sixteenth. Before retiring at 31. Mikaela Shiffrin becomes the most successful skier in history in giant slalom with now 21 successes.

Now 28, the American concludes an exceptional season for her, with her fourteenth victory of the season. The 88th on the world circuit, since the start of her career. Just to improve a little more his absolute record of the number of victories in the Alpine Skiing World Cup.

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Final ranking – Sunday March 19, 2023
1- Mikaela Shiffrin (USA) a 1’55″88
2- Thea Louise Stjernesund (NOR) à 0″06
3- Valerie Grenier (CAN) at 0″20
4- Lara Gut-Behrami (SUI) at 0″46
5- Mina Fuerst Holtmann (NOR) at 0″64
6- Marta Bassino (ITA) at 0″69
7- Alice Robinson (NZL) at 0″77
8- Maryna Gasienica-Daniel (POL) at 0″85
9- Ragnhild Mowinckel (NOR) à 1″08
10- Maria Therese Tviberg (NOR) à 1″20
11- Tessa Worley (FRA) at 1″21

16- Coralie Frasse Sombet (FRA) at 2″05



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