American Mikaela Shiffrin continued her winning streak in Courchevel (FRA) on Saturday by winning her fourth consecutive victory at the French station after having won all the races held this year and last. The victory also means reaching the 50th victory of his career in only eight seasons competing in the World Cup.
Petra Vlhova from Slovakia did a great test and finished just 0.04 seconds behind Shiffrin in the second set. Although Shiffrin lost time in the first part of the course before the part with the least slope, the American finally crossed the finish line with an advantage of 0.29 seconds. For the third consecutive slalom this season, Vlhova finished second behind Shiffrin. The two remain the only skiers to have won World Cup slalom races in the past two seasons.
Olympic champion Frida Hansdotter from Sweden completed the podium in third place, having finished in fifth place in the first heat.