Alice Robinson added another win to her growing collection© Erich Spiess/ASP/Red Bull Content Pool
Alpine Skiing
Alice Robinson makes epic return to the top at the FIS Ski World Cup
Kiwi Free Skier, Alice Robinson, becomes the first woman to win three world cups before turning 20-years-old.
Written by Benjamin Saldias
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Alice Robinson finished the 2020–21 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup season with a brilliant giant slalom victory over Mikaela Shiffrin at Lenzerheide, Switzerland.
New Zealand's Robinson earned a second place in the recent Jasná giant slalom in Slovakia and she finished fourth in Sunday's first run in Switzerland, as Shiffrin held an impressive 0.77s lead over her.
The 19-year-old produced a superb second run however to put pressure on Shiffrin, who couldn't respond and finished 0.28s behind the teenager, with Slovenian Meta Hrovat third to end the season.
Alice Robinson races the Giant Slalom during FIS Alpine Ski World Cup in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia on January 17, 2021.
Alice Robinson signed off the season in style in Switzerland
Robinson made her world cup debut, just two seasons ago at age 15, finishing in second place as the junior world champion invitee.
She is also the first woman since the 1980s to win three World Cup races before turning 20. The last to hold the title was Slovenian alpine skier, Mateja Svet.
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Alice Robinson

New ZealandNew Zealand

Alexis Pinturault

FranceFrance

Clément Noël

FranceFrance

Loïc Meillard

SwitzerlandSwitzerland

Marco Odermatt

SwitzerlandSwitzerland

Henrik Kristoffersen

NorwayNorway