US skier Vonn shares the record: American female skier Lindsey Vonn won her 19th title in the Alpine World Cup, joining the record held by former Swedish male athlete Ingemar Stenmark.
Vonn, who won the gold medal at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, finished first with a time of 2015: 20 in the super-large slalom race held in the 1th and last leg of the 07.70 Women's Alpine Skiing World Cup at the Meribel ski resort in France. 30-year-old Vonn, who made the fastest time in front of Anna Fenninger and Tina Maze, also triumphed in the super-large slalom after completing the season as champion in landing discipline yesterday.
Having won the Alpine Skiing World Cup 2008 times in 2009, 2010, 2012 and 4 in total evaluation, Vonn increased the number of championships in the super large slalom to 5. Having 7 championships in descending and 3 championships in combination, Vonn increased the number of championships in total and disciplines to 19 and became the "highest championship athlete in the history of the Alpine Skiing World Cup" with former Swedish male skier Ingemar Stenmark.
Vonn, the holder of the title of "female skier who won the most races in the world cup", also brought her record to 66 in this field.