Shiffrin Wins Slalom World Cup

Her third straight

Mar 23, 2015
Outside Magazine

Mikaela Shiffrin and Henrik Kristoffersen were awarded the Longines Rising Ski Stars Prize on the same day Shiffrin won her third World Cup slalom title.    Erich Spiess/ASP/Red Bull

Mikaela Shiffrin won her third straight slalom World Cup title Saturday at the season’s final race in Meribel, France, reports the Denver Post. In addition winning the race—her sixth victory this year—she secured the season title.

Shiffrin has dominated the slalom since the 2013, winning the last three World Cup titles, both world championships, and the Olympics. The Colorado-born slalom specialist turned 20 eight days before her win.

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