Tech specialist Shiffrin has been vocal about how she wants to be as broad a skier as possible and on Friday she won the first of the weekend’s Downhill.
She followed that up on Sunday with a fantastic run that saw her go to the top of the Super-G standings.
WATCH - Shiffrin's storming Super-G run
26/01/2020 AT 11:51
Italy’s Federica Brignone looked best place to challenge Shiffrin but she crashed out which left compatriot Marta Bassino in second with Switzerland’s Lara Gut-Behrami in third.
The result means that Shiffrin has now won a race in four disciplines this season and is a Combined victory away from five, something she has long talked about as a goal.

WATCH - Shiffrin's storming Super-G run

If she were to achieve it she would be just the fifth skier ever to do so after Marc Girardelli, Petra Kronberger, Janica Kostelic and Tina Maze.
“I took a little bit of risk,” Shiffrin said afterwards.
“I had a really crazy run. I was going really aggressive. It’s the perfect surface, it’s perfect conditions, and I really like the course, obviously.
“The thing that I’m most proud of right now is that I know how to win in slalom, [giant slalom], super-G and downhill, which I never expected that would really happen,”
It is the first time Shiffrin has won two speed events in the same weekend and she is now on 66 World Cup victories, just one behind Marcel Hirscher.
In the men's slalom at Kitzbuhel Daniel Yule took victory with his third win of the season.
He goes into second position in the slalom standings before Henrik Kristoffersen who finished fifth.

Yule ends 52-year Swiss drought in Kitzbuhel

Yule becomes just the second Swiss man to ever win a slalom event in Kitzbuhel, following in the footsteps of Dumeng Giovanoli who won in 1968.
Marco Schwarz finished second with Clement Noel in third whilst exciting Norwegian teenager Lucas Braathen, who led after the first run, had to settle for fourth.
Great Britain's Laurie Taylor got his first World Cup points of the season by finishing fourth whilst Dave Ryding was 20th.
Shiffrin wins first Downhill for over two years
24/01/2020 AT 13:07
Watch: Shiffrin's victorious Downhill run
24/01/2020 AT 09:49