ST. MORITZ, Switzerland | Shiffrin wins World Cup super-G for back-to-back speed wins

ST. MORITZ, Switzerland | Shiffrin wins World Cup super-G for back-to-back speed wins

ST. MORITZ, Switzerland — Mikaela Shiffrin won a World Cup super-G on Saturday, confirming the slalom great’s arrival as a pure speed racer and all-round threat.

Shiffrin, who got her first career super-G win last weekend, was 0.28 seconds faster than Lara Gut-Behrami and 0.42 clear of third-placed Tina Weirather on the sun-soaked Engiadina course in St. Moritz.

Saturday’s race was just Shiffrin’s 10th super-G start in her nine seasons on the World Cup circuit, and the win days ago at Lake Louise, Canada, had been her first podium finish in the discipline.

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