Shiffrin caps off most successful World Cup season in history
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Mikaela Shiffrin capped off the most successful World Cup season in history on Sunday at Grandvalira Soldeu - El Tarter (AND) by claiming her 60th career victory in the ladies' slalom. She completed the 2018/19 winter by collecting her third consecutive Overall Crystal Globe, sixth slalom globe, first super-G globe, and first giant slalom globe. 

Despite having the GS globe secured by a guaranteed second or third-place finish by Petra Vlhova, Shiffrin still skied the second run with full intensity and was able to pick up her 17th win of the season. She was followed on the podium in second place by World Junior Champion Alice Robinson of New Zealand. The 17-year-old was sitting in third after the first run and maintained a podium position with a head-turning performance from bib 21 to finish 0.30 seconds behind Shiffrin in second place. Vlhova finished third in the race and second in the GS World Cup standings. Tessa Worley of France was fourth in the race and completed the standings' podium in third. 

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