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Shiffrin is Fifth American to win Overall World Cup

Mikaela Shiffrin with Nancy Greene Raine

Mikaela Shiffrin on Sunday celebrated her first Overall World Cup Championship, at the culmination of the 50th World Cup Finals in Aspen. She is the fifth American to win the overall globe, following Tamara McKinney, Phil Mahre, Bode Miller and Lindsey Vonn.

At age 22, Shiffrin is already the three-time world champion in slalom and four-time World Cup champion in slalom. 

Joining Shiffrin at the awards ceremony was Canada's Nancy Greene Raine, winner of the first two overall World Cup championships in 1967 and 1968.

 

 

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