Petra Flova: The Slovakian leads the slalom classification after winning four of five races this season. The World Cup winner came second behind Michaela Shiffrin in the Slalom in Killington.
Vlhová (16) lost just one win to finish sixth with Anja Pärson (17) on the list of the most women’s World Cup slalom wins.
Since the start of 2020, Vlhová has won 11 of the 17 slalom races at the Women’s World Cup. Shiffrin (3), Katharina Linsberger (2) and Michelle Gizen (1) won the other six during this period.
Vlhová won the last World Cup slalom, which was held on February 16, 2020 in Kranjska Gora. Vlhová and Shiffrin could become the first woman to win at least two World Cups in the slalom slalom at Kranjska Gora.
Michaela Shiffrin: The American has won 46 World Cup races and thus holds the record for the most World Cup victories in an individual race, along with Ingmar Stenmark, who has 46 victories in the giant slalom.
Since finishing fourth in Zagreb on January 3, 2021, Shivrin has always been on the podium in the last nine World Cup slalom races she has competed in. In eight of these nine events, Shiffrin took first and second places.
In her last 56 World Cup matches, Shiffrin has been on the podium 52 times (37 wins).
Shiffrin won the Slalom World Cup in Kranjska Gora in 2018. Shiffrin and Vlhová could become the first woman to win at least two World Cups in Kranjska Gora.
More contestants on the stage
Katharina LinsbergerThe winner of last season’s slalom ball game, clinched her last World Cup victory in Linzerheide on March 20, 2021.
Wendy Holdner She finished third in 2018 and second in 2020 in the women’s slalom at the Women’s World Cup in Kranjska Gora.
Holdner has 28 World Cup podiums, but she hasn’t earned her first win yet. This is the current record for most World Cup podiums in an individual sport without a win.
Only two women have finished second in the World Cup slalom more than Holdner (13): Frieda Hansdotter (17) and Pernilla Wiberg (14). Holdner’s thirteenth place in this discipline is already the most for a woman.
Holdner is the first Swiss woman since Erika Hess to win the World Cup slalom slalom at Kranjska Gora in 1983.
Switzerland’s only Women’s World Cup victory has been achieved in the women’s slalom slalom in the past 20 years Michelle Jessen On December 29, 2020 in Siemering.
Anna Swain Larson He hopes to return to the World Cup podium in the slalom. The Swede has finished first in the top three in the World Cup slalom slalom four times, most recently on January 14, 2020 in Flachau in second place.
Frida Hansdotter takes Sweden’s last win in the slalom slalom at the World Cup on January 10, 2017 in Flachau.
Lina Dor He finished third in the two World Cup races in Levi’s on November 20 and 21. The last German woman to win the World Cup was Maria Hall-Resch, who won on November 10, 2012 in Levi.
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