American Hannah Kearney’s amazing streak in World Cup moguls finally ends at 16 wins

It had to end somewhere, we guess.

That was the case on Sunday in Japan, where American Hannah Kearney’s record for consecutive World Cup victories ended at 16 when she finally lost in the semis of a dual moguls event. The loss came after she’d won an event on Saturday. See what it took for  Canadian Audrey Robichaud to beat Kearney. Story.

Kearney had claimed the record with her 15th straight win in a World Cup moguls event win on Feb. 12  at Beida Lake, China. The Vermont-born skier broke the record held by alpine great Ingemar Stenmark, who won 14 straight World Cup giant slaloms (1978-80). Read more.

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