Michaela Shiffrin crushes Killington slalom and eliminates Lake Louise Super G

Shiffrin outperformed Slovakia 75/100 and Swiss Wendy Holder 83/100, the day after the giant was canceled due to bad weather.

After being beaten twice by Vlhova last week in both slalom Levi (Finland), Shiffrin avenged thanks to a better time in the second round.

It was a big fight, she said rudely into the FIS microphone, overwhelmed by emotion.

Unbeaten in the Vermont resort slalom, she has won all five races competing between tight stakes since 2016.

It is Shiffrin’s second win of the winter, after Giants Solden opened at the end of October, and 71st place in his career on the world circuit at just 26 years old. Only Sweden’s Ingmar Stenmark (86) and American Lindsey Vonn (82) fared better.

The American has won three times in the big world (from 2017 to 2019), and she is topping the general classification in Vlhova, by 20 points.

Quebec Lawrence Saint-Germain finished thirteenth, 2.78 seconds behind the winner. Her teammate, Ontarian Irene Melczynski took 20th place (+3.51s).

A second race at Lake Louise has been canceled

The Alpine Ski World Cup in Lake Louise, Alta, scheduled for Sunday, has been canceled due to bad weather.

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This is the second race to be canceled at Lake Louise after the first touchdown that was scheduled for Friday. Meanwhile, Austrian Matthias Maier won the second race on Saturday, the only race contested this weekend in the Alberta resort.

The first so far canceled descent at Beaver Creek (US) has been rescheduled next week, for a stage of four starts (two Super-Gs, two landings) in four days.

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