Mikaela Shiffrin’s claims 86th World Cup win

Mikaela Shiffrin’s claims 86th World Cup win

Shiffrin claims 86th Cup victory  

Shiffrin won the 86th World Cup race of his career on Friday in Aarey, Sweden.

Tied Swedish skier Ingmar Stenmark for the most wins by a male or female alpine skier in history.

Steinmark achieved this feat in 1989 at the age of 32.

Shiffrin needed less than 12 years in his professional career,

While Steinmark took a little over 15 years.

The great Mikaela Shiffrin won her 86th career race to equal Ingmar Stenmark’s all-time record.

Shiffrin has won a total of six giant slalom races so far this season, Shiffrin’s fifth overall World Cup title and slalom title.

Shiffrin’s Friday win was her fourth straight wire-to-wire win in World Cup giant slaloms since January

Shiffrin already broke Lindsey Vonn’s all-time women’s Alpine World Cup wins in January and later broke individual World Championships medals in February.

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