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Just to clarify, those five races that you listed were the five SL races
that she skied on the World Cup this year, & the margin of victory.

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 1:37 PM, Iski Stowe <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>
> Ski racing magazine just published an article on Mikaela Shiffrin's junior
> race career.  Mikaela just turned 21.  Unfortunately, this article is
> behind a pay wall.  There are some interesting stats in the article:
>
>
> At 21 years of age she has amassed 19 World Cup slalom wins, certainly the
> fastest to accomplish that. It’s pretty easy to check, because there are
> just six people ahead of her on the all-time slalom win list.
>
> it also mentioned some of her race margins this year.
>
> Stenmark was 23. Tomba was 27. Schild was 28 and Schneider was 27. Hess
> was 24. Kostelic, also 24. So yes, we can say without fear of
> contradiction, that Shiffrin, as a junior, was “the best that ever was.”
>
>    - Aspen 1st race: 3.07 seconds
>    - Aspen 2nd race: 2.65 seconds
>    - Crans Montana (first race post-injury): 0.45 of a second
>    - Jasna: 2.36 seconds
>    - Moritz: 2.03 seconds
>
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