In the speed disciplines the previous year’s winner proved her steadiness in both downhill races by coming in 9th and 4th place. But in the Super-G the Redster icon Mikaela just shocked the competition with her sheer demonstration of power. Her lead over second place (77 hundredths) was as big as their lead to 19th place. Her 46th World Cup win was also the key to the Hall of Fame of all-round geniuses, which has only been opened by 6 female athletes to-date. However Mikaela is the only one who has been successful in six disciplines and also won in a parallel race. “That was one of my biggest dreams when I started racing,” beamed the 23 year old, “It’s an unbelievable moment, one which I’m very grateful for. Today I was skiing a bit more aggressively than the others. That was only because my set up felt just perfect.” With 479 points, nearly double that of the first challenger, Mikaela will head off to Europe where she will compete in another Super-G and parallel slalom in St. Moritz.