Shiffrin may have missed the podium in the first Killington World Cup race, but four Americans in the top 30 showed the team's new depth.
Sara Hector of Sweden won a World Cup giant slalom in Killington, Vermont, beating a field that included Mikaela Shiffrin.
Ilia Malinin, competing “a little bit injured” this week, still won Grand Prix Finland and goes into the Grand Prix Final in two weeks as the world’s top-ranked male singles skater. Malinin, who was second after Friday’s short program, landed four clean quadruple jumps in Saturday’s free skate to overtake Frenchman Kevin Aymoz. Malinin, who
John McFall, a Brit who lost his right leg when he was 19 and later won a Paralympic 100m bronze medal in 2008, is Europe's first parastronaut.