The wait is over. Mikaela Shiffrin turned in a solid first run in women’s giant slalom. #WinterOlympics #BestOfUS https://t.co/KX4CHncv2t pic.twitter.com/Ahdjj2E55W
— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 15, 2018
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After days of delay, EagleVail’s Mikaela Shiffrin finally got her chance to hit the slopes at PyeongChang.
In Shiffrin’s first run in the women’s giant slalom on Thursday, she recorded a time of 1:10.82, just 0.2 seconds behind Italy’s Manuela Moelgg. After her race, she stood in second place.
The final run will take place after the men’s downhill race.
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Source:: The Denver Post