Mikaela Shiffrin‘s Alpine skiing career by the numbers heading into a World Cup stop in Killington, Vermont, on Saturday and Sunday (12:30 p.m. ET each day on NBC and Peacock) …
76: World Cup wins for Shiffrin. She ranks third in history behind Swedish legend Ingemar Stenmark of the 1970s and ’80s, who had 86, and Lindsey Vonn, who retired in 2019 with 82.
75: Combined World Cup wins for U.S. Olympic Alpine skiing gold medalists Bode Miller (33), Ted Ligety (25), Picabo Street (nine), Julia Mancuso (seven) and Tommy Moe (one).
27 (years) and 252 (days): Shiffrin’s age at her 76th World Cup win. Stenmark won his 76th race at 27 years, 305 days. Vonn won her 76th at 31 years, 111 days.
15 (years) and 364 (days): Shiffrin’s age on her World Cup debut in 2011.
42 (percent): The amount of Shiffrin’s life that she has been a World Cup ski racer.
220: World Cup starts for Shiffrin. Stenmark ended his career with 230 starts just before turning 33. Vonn had 395 starts.
7.4: Shiffrin’s average World Cup wins per season in her first 10 full seasons. If she wins eight races this season, she will tie Vonn.
49: World Cup slalom wins for Shiffrin, most for any man or woman in a single discipline. If Shiffrin wins in Killington on Sunday, she will have 50 World Cup slalom victories.
3.07 (seconds): The largest margin of victory in a women’s slalom in World Cup history. Set, of course, by Shiffrin in 2015 in Aspen, Colorado.
61 (percent): Shiffrin’s winning percentage in slaloms among the Olympics, world championships and World Cup in her last 88 starts.
100 (percent): Shiffrin’s winning percentage in World Cup slaloms in Killington. Shiffrin has won all five.
17: Shiffrin victories in the 2018-19 World Cup campaign when she broke the record for most wins in one season (14, Swiss Vreni Schneider).
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