Mikaela Shiffrin 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018

Our Sportswoman of the Year became the first woman to win three slalom World Championship golds in a row. In December, Shiffrin celebrated a World Cup slalom win in Killington, Vermont with her 95-year-old grandmother, Nana cheering her on. Mikaela then headed west to Aspen where she celebrated her World Cup Slalom Championship. Later that same day, she officially won the overall World Cup Slalom Title.

Emma Coburn and Jenny Simpson 2016

For the first time ever, Sportswomen of Colorado named two Sportswomen of the Year. Our Sportswomen of the Year are two of America's best runners. Emma and Jenny have each won three SWOC Track and Field awards and are in our Hall of Fame. Additionally, Jenny is the Sportswoman of Colorado Sportswoman of the Year for 2010. At the Rio Olympics, Emma and Jenny stood on the podium in their respective events. This was the first time in each event that a United States athlete did so. In the 3,000m...

Mikaela Shiffrin 2015

Our Sportswoman of the Year won her second World Championship title in Slalom in 2015. The reigning Olympic Champion, she had her first World Cup win ever in Giant Slalom. Since February of 2015, Mikaela won all seven of the slaloms she competed in.

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