The American six-time discipline globe winner and her Slovakian rival combined have won the last 26 slaloms, with Shiffrin racking up 19 wins and Vlhova seven.
Swenn Larsson’s former teammate Frida Hansdotter remained the last skier other than Shiffrin or Vlhova to win a World Cup slalom, in Flachau in January 2017. Hansdotter added the Olympic title in 2018 before retiring last season.
Shiffrin remained in the lead of the overall World Cup, 113 points ahead of Italy’s Federica Brignone. Vlhova trails by 154 points in third.
Brignone, who sporadically competes in slaloms, straddled a gate in her final run and failed to score points.
The women’s World Cup continues with two downhills and an Alpine combined event in Crans Montana, Switzerland, next week.
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