Shiffrin’s $738,000 tops skiing World Cup prize money list

ARE, Sweden (AP) — Mikaela Shiffrin topped the skiing World Cup <a target=”&mdash;blank” href=”https://data.fis-ski.com/alpine-skiing/prize-money-ranking.html”>prize money list</a> after winning 12 races in the season and retained her women’s overall title.

The International Ski Federation says the American star earned almost 703,000 Swiss francs ($738,000).

Men’s overall champion Marcel Hirscher of Austria, who won 13 World Cup races, was second with prize earnings of almost 670,000 francs ($703,000).

With 11 runner-up finishes and a single win, Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway earned 345,000 francs ($362,000) to place third.

Lindsey Vonn of the United States earned 264,000 francs ($277,000), including five first-place prizes. She was fifth behind Wendy Holdener of Switzerland, who earned prize money of almost 274,000 francs ($287,000).

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