A look at the “women’s best list”

A look at the “women’s best list”
A look at the “women’s best list”

Ski World Cup 2020/21: A look at the “women’s best list”

The 2020/2021 season is in the starting blocks. The women are looking for a World Cup victory in 35 races. If we take a look at the all-time leaderboard, we’ll see what could change this year.

Among the women, the retired speed queen Lindsey Vonn leads the ranking with 82 World Cup victories. US girl Mikaela Shiffrin, who canceled her start in Sölden and will start the season later (we reported), is second with 66 World Cup victories. In her record 2018/2019 season, the 25-year-old won 17 World Cups. So it will only be a matter of time before the three-time overall World Cup winner tops the list of the best.

The most successful riders of last season around Federica Brignone, Petra Vlhová, Corinne Suter and Marta Bassino will give everything to prevent Mikaela Shiffrin from reaching this record so quickly.

The Swiss Lara Gut-Behrami has the best chances of improving in the list of the best in the direction of the top 10. With 26 World Cup victories, she is currently in 13th place. The 29-year-old will try to build on the form of the last races of last season, where she won two downhill runs in one weekend in Crans-Montana.

Last year’s Italian overall World Cup winner Federica Brignone is 28th on the list of the best with 15 World Cup victories so far and will do everything to build on last season and work her way forward.

The all-rounder Petra Vlhová from Slovakia will try again this season to compete in the overall World Cup and to improve as far as possible from 33rd place with one or the other victory.

When the giant slalom starts in Sölden on Saturday, we can be curious to see which riders improve in the all-time best list and how many new faces the 2020/2021 World Cup season will bring out.

*** AUDI FIS Ski World Cup program in Sölden *

Saturday, October 17th, 2020: Giant slalom women (10 a.m. or 1 p.m.)
Sunday, October 18th, 2020: Giant slalom men (10 a.m. or 1:15 p.m.)

Report for Skiweltcup.TV: Julia Längle


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