Shiffrin wins World Cup super-G for back-to-back speed wins

By Associated Press Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup super-G on Saturday in St. Moritz, Switzerland, confirming the slalom champion’s arrival as a pure speed racer and all-round threat.
Shiffrin, who got her first career super-G win last weekend, was 0.28 of a second faster than Lara Gut-Behrami and 0.42 clear of third-place finisher Tina Weirather on the Engiadina course.
Saturday’s race was just Shiffrin’s 10th super-G start in her nine seasons on the World Cup circuit, and the win days earlier at Lake Louise, Canada, had been her first podium finish in the discipline.
“I did not expect to win today,” Shiffrin said, acknowledging the [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate Sports

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