Sofia goggia won her sixth consecutive World Cup downhill start, winning at Lake Louise, Canada for the second day in a row to tie the longest streak in 40 years.
Goggia, favorite to become the second Olympic repeating downhill champion in February, dusted the pitch on Saturday by 0.84 of a second.
American Pretty johnson was second, just like Friday, followed by the world champion Corinne Suter from Switzerland.
Mikaela shiffrin was 38th, a day after finishing 26th in his first World Cup run in 22 months.
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Italy’s Goggia has won all of her downhill starts since December 18, although she missed the world championships in February and the last two World Cup runs of last season after breaking a bone in the right knee.
Vonn won six consecutive downhills in 2009-10, leading to his Olympic gold medal. Street won six consecutive victories in 1995. Before that, the longest streak was that of the Austrian legend Annemarie Moser-Pröll, which had sets of eight and 11 in the 1970s.
The Lake Louise World Cup stage ends with a super-G on Sunday.
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