With a 77 hundredths of a second lead over runner-up Federica Brignone, American Mikaela Shiffrin tied the record for the most wins in the FIS Women's World Ski Championships and also set a new record with 3 giant slalom wins at the Golden Fox.
Mikaela Shiffrin set the best time of the first run (55.30) with the starting number 1 and secured a great position to win the second giant slalom of the 59th Golden Fox.
Yesterday's public draw in Kranjska Gora finalized the starting order for today's giant slalom.
Valerie Grenier won the first giant slalom of the 59th Golden Foxes with a lead of 0,37 seconds, making her the first Canadian Winner in the history of the competition.
Canadian Valerie Greiner won the first run of the Saturday Giant Slalom race with a time of 57.05 ahead of Lara Gut-Behrami (+0.04) and Federico Brignone (+0.16).
At today's starting number draw, Tessa Worley drew the first starting number in front of a crowd of fans and will take to the track ahead of Mikaela Shiffrin and Lara Gut-Behrami. The first race will start in Podkoren at 9:30.
With yesterday's successful snow control, the organizing team of the 59th Zlata Lisica Race received the final confirmation for the giant slalom races for the FIS World Cup in women's alpine skiing.
Tickets for the 59th Golden Fox are ON SALE!