Mikaela begins her journey to regain her focus and fire for skiing heading into medal season. We also learn the members of Team Shiffrin are vital to Mikaela's success on and off the snow.
A back injury shakes things up for team Shiffrin, but winning at home in Killington would help build momentum towards medal season. Covid blew the doors off the World Cup last year, but things seem to be turning around this season.
Mikaela Shiffrin and the team visit Courchevel, France for the classic world cup giant slalom race, a location that has treated Mikaela kindly over the years but also triggers some painful memories of her father’s passing that present new obstacles.
As medal season quickly approaches, Covid-19 continues to play a heavy role in the lives of people across the globe, including Mikaela Shiffrin and the US Ski Team.
We sat down with Mikaela Shiffrin as she shared her perspective from this year's medal season and discussed what her future holds. While time heals all, this season was tough on Mikaela emotionally, fighting through losing her father, who played a heavy role in her life as a coach and mentor.