Mikaela Shiffrin, is now the most decorated female alpine skier in history with her 83rd World Cup win at Kronplatz, Italy. The Vail Valley resident is only 27 years old, thus, she has ample time to reinforce her legacy as the best skier to ever grace the alpine tracks.
Shiffrin has won 35 percent of the races she’s entered, a mark even tennis dynamos Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams can’t claim. Lindsay Vonn, whose record Shiffrin broke Tuesday with a win in giant slalom, won 20 percent of her races.
Born in Vail to avid ski parents, Shiffrin made her international debut in 2010 at 14 years old and won her first World Cup in 2012 at age 17.
14 global medals. Shiffrin has finished on the podium 14 times at the Olympic Games and World Championships, with two golds and a silver at the Olympic Winter Games and six golds, two silvers, and three bronzes at World Championship events.
5 gold medals at consecutive World Championships. When Mikaela Shiffrin won gold in the combined at the 2021 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, she became the first skier to win a gold medal at five straight World Championships.
134 World Cup podiums. That includes 74 in slalom, the most in a single discipline for a woman.
13 seasons. The 27-year-old has now taken part in 13 different seasons on the World Cup circuit, from 2010/11 through 2022/23.
12 Globes. From her 13 seasons, Shiffrin has won four overall Crystal Globes and eight discipline titles (six in slalom, one each in super-G and giant slalom). Her eight discipline globes lead all active skiers; her six slalom titles is tied for the most alongside Vreni Schneider.
52 World Cup slalom wins. That ranks top for any skier, male or female, in one discipline.
19 World Cup giant slalom wins, more than any other active skier and just one behind the record held by Schneider.
5 World Cup slalom wins at Killington, from 6 starts. This season (2022/23) was the first Mikaela Shiffrin did not win the Killington slalom, having won every year from 2015 through 2019.
6 World Cup slalom wins at Levi, also a record at that venue.
7 World Cup wins (3 slalom, 4 giant slalom) at Semmering from 11 starts.
17 victories. That’s the FIS World Cup record for the most wins in one season, set by Mikaela Shiffrin in 2018/19.