Shiffrin wins slalom by huge margin at World Cup finals

19th March, 2016 by

Associated Pr

ST. MORITZ, Switzerland — What might have been. Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States won another slalom by a huge margin Saturday, with her closest rivals more than two seconds slower at the season-ending World Cup finals. Veronika Velez-Zuzulova (2.03 seconds behind) and newly-crowned World Cup winner Frida Hansdotter (2.31) could only smile wryly as Shiffrin crossed the line after another monstrous run from the Olympic champion. Shiffrin herself didn’t celebrate after her fifth slalom victory of the season and her 19th in total, surpassing Sweden’s Anja Parson for fifth place among women. The American is unbeaten in slalom racing …

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