American Mikaela Shiffrin put on a dominant performance this weekend in Killington, Vermont, winning the women’s FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup slalom race to the delight of thousands of onlookers.

According to an article on, the win marked Shiffrin’s 21st podium appearance in 22 World Cup slalom races, and it was her 17th career World Cup slalom victory.

Killington’s Superstar Trail featured an incredible 59 turns, and Shiffrin looked masterful tackling them. Her aggressive, fluid skiing had the Killington crowd going nuts and U.S. Ski Team officials high-fiving.

Besides the rest of the World Cup circuit, Shiffrin is expected to take part in the Winter Olympics coming up later this winter.

Read more about the World Cup slalom race at Killington.