The greatest ski racer of all time, Mikaela Shiffrin, has won her 90th World Cup Race.
The American ski racing superstar was competing on home snow at Killington in Vermont in the Slalom competition.
Shiffrin led after the first run and managed to hold her nerve and win by 33 hundredths from Slovakia’s Petra Vlhova.
Swiss racer Wendy Holdener completed the podium.
Mikaela Shiffrin became the most successful racer of all time earlier this year when she overtook the previous record, set more than 30 years ago, of 86 wins by the Swedish slalom racer Ingemar Stenmark.
The Killington win is her second of the 23-24 season after she won her seventh reindeer with a victim in Levi, Finland, a week ago.