Ski fast, win a reindeer?By George Ramsay, for CNNUpdated 9:20 AM ET, Wed November 16, 2016 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Finland's unique sporting prizeMikaela Shiffrin meets her reindeer after winning the women's slalom event at the Alpine Skiing World Cup in Levi, Finland.Hide Caption 1 of 6 Photos: Finland's unique sporting prizeShiffrin has had a dominant start to the 2016-17 season. She tops the overall standings, 80 points clear of her nearest rival, Lara Gut. Hide Caption 2 of 6 Photos: Finland's unique sporting prizeMarcel Hirscher of Austria won the men's competition, naming his "trophy" Leo. Both Hirscher and Shiffrin won in 2013, meaning this is the second reindeer they can claim ownership of.Hide Caption 3 of 6 Photos: Finland's unique sporting prizeSlovenia's Tina Maze meets her reindeer, Viktor, after winning in 2014. Maze retired from professional skiing earlier this season. Hide Caption 4 of 6 Photos: Finland's unique sporting prizeHirscher with his reindeer from 2013, named Lars after his father. He went on to win the overall title that year.Hide Caption 5 of 6 Photos: Finland's unique sporting prizeLevi is the most northerly venue on the World Cup circuit, with temperatures dropping to as low as 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Hide Caption 6 of 6Since 2013, the winner of both the men's and women's slalom events at the Alpine Skiing World Cup has won a reindeer.More from SportMonica Puig: 'Tennis is so small and life is so precious'Jordan Spieth an 'aggressive' prankster, says Justin ThomasWonder horse Winx eyes world dominationA partnership between horse and riderAnna Nordqvist: 'My grandfather inspired my golf major triumph'