Marie Bochet, at 21, became the first skier in history to win a clean sweep of all five events at back-to-back Alpine Skiing World Championships. She won Downhill, Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super Combined and Super-G at Panorama, Canada, just as she had at La Molina, Spain, two years earlier. Including the team gold from2013, she has now won 11 consecutive gold medals at the World Championships.
Bochet, who suffers from agenesis of the left arm, also won the Overall Women’s Standing World Cup title in 2015.

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