Shiffrin described it as a love-hate relationship.
Her team tried to help her between runs, with her mom - who serves as her coach - saying, "You've got to help us out or we can't help you".
Hansdotter finished fifth in Sochi four years ago in the slalom, and 15th in the event at the 2010 Vancouver Games. I need to train it a lot.
Frida Hansdotter, now third in the FIS World Cup standings, went second-to-last and put up the second-fastest time of the second runs behind only Gallhuber.
"It's a really big bummer because I know how I have been skiing slalom all season long, it's so close". "I wasn't as nervous as I thought I would be".
She seemed to know from the start of the day that something was amiss.
"True champions are able to produce that whenever it's needed", he said.
Shiffrin was disappointed to have skied below her best, but happy for her fellow competitors.
Though Shiffrin has said she's staying focused, projecting her potential medial haul has become a tantalizing exercise.
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FILE - In this February 2, 2015, file photo, United States of America men's ski team member Bode Miller participates in a news conference at the alpine skiing world championships, in Beaver Creek, Colo. Not clear. In a high-flying sport decided by split seconds, though, her condition is valuable information. And Shiffrin has won the World Cup slalom title five of the past six years. "But we don't have any popular skier", said Park, who likes to ski, but was attending the slalom primarily for the selfies with his wife and 9-year-old daughter.
The event also included Kim Ryon Hyang, one of 22 North Koreans competing at the Winter Olympics.
"The conditions are great, the weather is handsome, and it's a pleasure to be skiing today", Shiffrin told reporters after her first run.
And unlike Shiffrin, Jacobellis can't go back out to race in a few days.
It didn't matter which race took place first in Korea. "The toughest thing is just to mentally tide yourself over until it is time to go", she said. "It felt like such a victory on so many levels, that it was hard to keep my mental energy consistent".
But with two wins in three Olympic races over two Olympics, who is going to doubt her? By the time the first 10 skiers had made their way down the course, Shiffrin had fallen to fourth place. There have been seven slalom races staged on the World Cup circuit this season. "It's super cool", added Shiffrin, who has posted 41 World Cup victories. Boy, did it show.
Afterward, Shiffrin said her skiing was simply off. She could still make history by coming away with three golds, but in the meantime, she'll have to overcome circumstances she can and can't control. "Then on the middle, it got a little more chattery".
First up is the slalom. She still intends to enter the downhill and combined. Concerns over the compressed competition slate forced her to scale back her events in South Korea, opting to skip the Super-G race on Saturday.
"Moving forward? I am bad at that".