Mikaela Shiffrin earns 37th career World Cup win

OSLO, Norway -- Mikaela Shiffrin won a parallel slalom city event on Monday to match her childhood idol, Marlies Schild, with her 37th World Cup victory.

Shiffrin pumped her fist emphatically after edging Swiss rival Wendy Holdener in the final of a race made complicated by fog and mist.

Shiffrin, the 22-year-old American standout, and Schild, the retired Austrian slalom specialist, are now joint sixth on the list of all-time winners that Lindsey Vonn tops with 78 victories.

Melanie Meillard of Switzerland beat Frida Hansdotter of Sweden in the small final for third place.

In the men's event, Andre Myhrer of Sweden defeated Michael Matt of Austria to claim his eighth career win.

Linus Strasser of Germany beat Dave Ryding of Britain for third.