American skier Mikaela Shiffrin’s pursuit of a report 83rd World Cup win will transfer on to the subsequent cease on the circuit.
Shiffrin completed seventh in a super-G on Sunday, 0.62 seconds behind race winner Ragnhild Mowinckel, to mark the third straight occasion in Cortina this weekend that she missed out on the rostrum.
Her subsequent probabilities to interrupt a tie with former teammate Lindsey Vonn for the ladies’s report will are available two large slaloms on the Kronplatz resort in close by San Vigilio di Marebbe on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mowinckel completed 0.30 seconds forward of Cornelia Huetter and 0.47 seconds forward of Marta Bassino on the course that will likely be used for the 2026 Milan-Cortina Olympics.
Valerie Grenier of St-Isidore, Ont., was the highest Canadian on the day, ending 1.63 seconds again of Mowinckel.in twenty third.
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Italian standout Sofia Goggia sat out the race following a fall a day earlier, attributable to soreness in her proper knee.
Shiffrin was on tempo to complete on the rostrum till she veered vast off the racing line towards the tip of her run simply earlier than the concluding leap into the end space. She shook her head barely upon seeing her time, which at that time was good for second place behind Bassino.
“I made a bit of error with my timing on the final activate the course,” Shiffrin stated. “And in fact it is fairly flat down right here so that you lose some velocity. But it was fairly a powerful run.”
It was the third profession victory for Mowinckel, who claimed silver medals in each downhill and large slalom on the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics earlier than lacking your entire 2019-20 season attributable to a critical knee harm.
“I used to be typically shocked once I noticed my time as a result of I knew the race was shut,” Mowinckel stated.
The race began straight into the Tofana Schuss, a chute between two partitions of rock that’s the steepest a part of the course, quickly ramping skiers’ speeds as much as 115 kph as they rushed zig-zag down the mountain.
If Shiffrin does not win in San Vigilio, her subsequent races will likely be two slaloms — her finest occasion, having accounted for 51 of her 82 wins — in Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic, subsequent weekend. That was the place Shiffrin made her World Cup debut as a 15-year-old in March, 2011.