Article last updated on Jan. 26, 2023.
Mikaela Shiffrin's Upcoming Events
Jan. 28-29 in Spindlerol Mlyn, Czechoslovakia. Slalom
Feb. 6-10 in Courchevel-Meribwel, France. WSC
Feb. 25-26 in Crans-Montana, Switzerland. Downhill and Super-G
March 4-5 in Kvitfjell, Norway. Downhill and Super-G
March 10-11 in Are, Sweden. Giant Slalom and Slalom
March 15-19 in Soldeu Finals, Andorra. Downill, Super-G, Slalom and Giant Slalom
All upcoming races are available to view live in the U.S. on skiandsnowboard.live.
Legendary U.S. alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin has tallied a list of accolades that rivals the length of a convenience store receipt. On Tuesday January 24, 2023 Shiffrin surpassed Lindsey Vonn's American record of 82 career FIS World Cup wins to secure her 83rd win. Making her the most decorated female alpine skier in history. Here is her 11-year journey by the numbers.
The number of wins Mikaela Shiffrin has, as of January 26, 2023, making her the most decorated female alpine skier in history and two wins away from the all-time record.
The year Shiffrin made her World Cup debut at Spindleruv Mlyn, Czech Republic. Despite completing her first runs in both slalom and giant slalom, she did not qualify for a second run in either event. Later that year, she claimed her first World Cup podium finish, securing third place in slalom at Lienz, Austria. Shiffrin was just 16 years old.
Almost exactly one year later to the day, Shiffrin won her first world cup event at age 17 in Dec. 2012, in Åre, Sweden.