Wrap of the 2019-2020 Alpine World Cup Season: Federica Brignone Grabs the Overall Globe

Federica Brignone can be proud to be the first Italian woman to conquer the Overall Globe. Brignone joined the Italian-Overall club composed by Piero Gros, Gustav Thoeni and Alberto Tomba on the Men's field. The Italian ski star, over the year, has scored eleven podiums with five victories: Courchevel and Sestriere Giant Slalom race, Crans Montana and Altenmarkt Alpine Combined and the Super-G in Sochi with an achieved record number of points of 1378. She topped the overall rankings, followed by Mikaela Shiffrin (1,225) and Petra Vlhova (1,189). These brilliant results have allowed her to conquer not only Overall but also the Giant Slalom and the Alpine Combined globes thanks to her consistency throughout the season.


FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Starts: 11 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Podiums 1

Garmisch-Partenkirchen 2011. FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Giant Slalom 2nd

Olympic Winter Games Starts: 8

Olympic Winter Games Medals: 1 (3rd in Giant Slalom in PyeongChang 2018)

FIS World Cup Starts: 224 FIS World Cup Podiums: 39 FIS Wor