Lindsey Vonn joined "SportsCenter" to discuss becoming the women's World Cup record holder for race wins at 63, boyfriend Tiger Woods surprising her at the event and her successful comeback from injury:
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Tessa Worley of France clinched the season-long giant slalom title Sunday with a conservative run on a day when Federica Brignone led an Italian sweep at the World Cup Finals.
Swedish Andre Myhrer upset Austrian Marcel Hirscher to win the men's slalom race at the World Cup Finals in Aspen, Colorado.
Overall and giant slalom World Cup champion Marcel Hirscher won the last race of the campaign Saturday in Aspen.
Mikaela Shiffrin celebrated her first overall title of the women's Alpine Skiing World Cup with a second place in the final slalom race of the season Saturday in Aspen.
Mikaela Shiffrin won the season-long slalom title after Ilka Stuhec and her coach said Stuhec will not compete in the slalom at the World Cup Finals.
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