SAN VIGILIO DI MAREBBE, Italy -- Mikaela Shiffrin didn't wait long to add to her record total of World Cup wins.

A day after securing record victory No. 83, Shiffrin added her 84th win Wednesday in another giant slalom on the same course

And as she did a day earlier, Shiffrin led from start to finish, dominating the first run down the steep Erta course and then adding to her advantage in the second run

Shiffrin finished a massive 0.82 seconds ahead of two-time Olympic silver medalist Ragnhild Mowinckel and 1.19 ahead of Olympic champion Sara Hector.

When Shiffrin reached the finish after her second run,

she collapsed to the snow in apparent exhaustion -- with her skis still attached to her boots

before Mowinckel and Hector came over to congratulate her and helped her up

Oh my gosh," Shiffrin said. "I was pushing so hard, and I just hoped I ended up on the right side of all the gates.

Now I'm a bit dead mentally -- just so tired. But when you ski like that, it keeps your energy going, so, just an incredible feeling

Tuesday's win moved Shiffrin ahead of the previous women's mark of 82 victories held by former American teammate Lindsey Vonn,

And Wednesday's victory moved her within two of the overall record -- in men's or women's events -- of 86 wins held by Ingemar Stenmark.