Mikaela Shiffrin Sets Record With 21st Career Giant Slalom Win

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By Madison Williams The legendary skier also holds the record for the most career World Cup skiing wins with 88. Mikaela Shiffrin’s historic season came to a close Sunday, but not before she added another record to her already-impressive résumé. Shiffrin won the giant slalom at the World Cup finals in Soldeu, Andorra, marking her 21st career victory in the discipline, breaking a tie with former Swiss skier Vreni Schneider for the most all-time giant slalom wins by a woman. Last weekend, Shiffrin became the winningest skier in World Cup history when she broke the record of longtime Swedish skie…

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