Shiffrin breaks Lindsey Vonn’s record… Achieved a new World Cup record of 83 victories

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Michaela Shiffrin of the United States has finally overtaken the record of ‘Ski Empress’ Lindsey Vonn.

Shiffrin won the women’s giant slalom at the Alpine World Cup in Italy with a combined time of 2:00.61 in the first and second stages. 카지노

With the win, Shiff Lynn broke the record for most wins in women’s history with 83, surpassing her Lindsay Vonn’s 82.

[Mikayla Shiffrin/US Ski Representative: You can guess how I feel now. I’m so happy I don’t know what to say right now.]

The 28-year-old Shiffrin can look forward to her men’s record of 86 wins, as well as her World Cup 100-win feat.

Ostapenko struggles with last year’s Wimbledon champion Rivakina’s strong serve.

With her top speed of 190km/h serve, Rivakina lost 2 matches to Ostapenko before winning her first major match 2-0 to advance to the semifinals.

Azaranka, a 34-year-old veteran who won back-to-back Australian Open titles in 2012 and 2013, also defeated Pegula to face Rivakina in the final.

In the men’s singles, World No. 4 Tsitsipas reached the semifinals for the third year in a row.

Tsitsipas calmed the 22-year-old rookie Lehetzka’s blast, who defeated the strong players one after another in this tournament, 3-0.

Welsh football star Gareth Bale, who recently announced his retirement, is preparing his shot on the golf course.

Bale, who is known to be a golf fanatic, has announced that he will be participating in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on the PGA Tour next week.

The competition features not only professional athletes, but also actors and stars from other sports, and Bale will compete in the celebrity category.

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