CORTINA D’AMPEZZO, Italy-American Mikaela Shiffrin won the slalom championship at the World Championships concluded by Katharina Liensberger on Saturday, and he returned to Austria ten years later.
Since Marlies Raich participated in the competition under her maiden name Hilde (Schild), Shivlin won the gold medal in the slalom competition in a record four consecutive world championships and had to Won the bronze medal. In 2011, she won the competition with her last name Schild.
This time, Shiffrin was 1.98 seconds behind Liensberger, who was the fastest in both runs. The overall and slalom champion Petra Vlhova from Slovakia was one second behind the Austrian in silver.
After winning the parallel event on Tuesday, Liensberg became the double champion, but she has yet to win the World Cup Tour.
Liensberg said: “I really gave all of this today. Everything is back, it̵
Shiffrin had earlier won the gold medal in the combined event and won the silver medal in the giant slalom after winning the bronze medal in the super-G world. This makes her the fifth female skier to win four medals in a world, the first time since Sweden’s outstanding Anja Parson achieved this feat 14 years ago.
Shivlin said: “This is incredible. I never have a time to say,’I won four medals in a world championship. But dreaming of winning medals is one thing, but in this At all times, having enough skiing ability, especially for the four World Championships, is really special.”
Shiffrin’s last world championship came from her record-breaking 2018-19 World Cup, winning 17 games on her way to her third championship.
For Americans, this season is different. Last year, after the death of her father, Jeff Shiffrin, she took a 10-month leave of absence, followed by a coronavirus pandemic and a back injury.
Shifflin said: “If it were last year, I might be disappointed, but I am not grateful for the good times today. Maybe’normal’ has been changing. I have different views on the normal situation now. In the past two For these weeks, every day has something very special, worthy of a smile.”