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From Elation To Ouch, A Look At Lindsey Vonn's Mighty Career

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Lindsey Vonn once celebrated a downhill win by attempting to spray a bottle of bubbly that turned out to be broken. Things went downhill fast with Vonn slicing her thumb on the jagged glass.

From elation to ouch in an instant. But that moment at the 2009 world championships in France — she needed tendon surgery — illustrates the bliss and bad breaks along Vonn's road to becoming the winningest female ski racer.

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Vonn Closes Out Career With Downhill Bronze

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Vail's Lindsey Vonn wrapped up her illustrious 18-year career as the most successful female ski racer in history Sunday with a bronze medal in the downhill at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championship in Are, Sweden.

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Olympic Update: Historic Gold For Team USA; Vonn Win DH Bronze

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Downhill Bronze for Vonn

Racing in her final Olympic downhill race, four-time Olympian Lindsey Vonn (Vail, Colo.) won the bronze medal, leading three Americans into the top-seven Wednesday at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre.

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Vonn Sixth as Ledecky Stuns Super-G Favorites

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One mistake cost Lindsey Vonn (Vail, Colo.) a shot at another Olympic medal. But it was one fast snowboarder who took a second Olympic super-G gold away from Austria’s Anna Veith.

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Vonn Wins Downhill Globe, Regains Overall Lead; Nyman Second In Chamonix

Vonn wins downhill title 2010Lindsey Vonn wrapped up her eighth overall World Cup downhill title, and moved back into the overall World Cup lead following her second place downhill finish at the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Saturday at La Thuile, Italy. American Steven Nyman finished second in the men’s downhill at Chamonix, France.

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Lindsey Vonn Plans To Compete In Korean Olympics In 2018; Named International Ambassador

Lindsey Vonn named Korean Games ambassadorOlympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn made it clear she was sticking around to try to mine some more gold at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. The American superstar, who engineered a dramatic post-injury comeback last winter, was named the first International Ambassador for the Games.

 

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Lindsey Vonn And Tiger Woods Break Up; Cite 'Hectic Lives'

Lindsey VonnU.S. Ski Team's superstar speedskier Lindsey Vonn and golfing great Tiger Woods announced their breakup Sunday on social media. 

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Here's Your Guide To U.S. Alpine Skiing Championships At Sugarloaf March 25-29

U.S. Alpine Championships logoThe big guns alpine ski racing are headed to Sugarloaf next week, and Easterners will be treated to a rare chance at seeing America’s top athletes on local snow as some of the biggest names in U.S. alpine racing set their sights on a national title at the Nature Valley U.S. Alpine Championships, March 25-29, 2015.

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It's A Twofer: Vonn Wins Super G Title For Second Crystal Globe At World Cup Finals

Vonn wins second Crystal GlobeAmerican Lindsey Vonn picked up her second Crystal Globe at the Audi FIS Alpine World Cup Finals in Meribel, France after winning the super-G season title, 28 points and 0.49 seconds, ahead of Austrian Anna Fenninger. Only eight points separated the speed queens entering today’s race, making it a fight to the finish.

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Lindsey Vonn Wins Downhill Title At World Cup Finals

Lindsey Vonn and Kjetil Jansrud WC Finals '15Lindsey Vonn from Vail, Colo. began the finale of her comeback season in high style Wednesday, scoring a convincing victory and claiming her 18th career crystal globe in winning the Audi FIS Ski World Cup downhill title. Vonn was flawless under the clear blue skies, skiing to a .24 second victory over Austria's Elisabeth Goergl.

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Lindsey Vonn Wins 65th World Cup; Grabs Season Super G Lead In Garmisch

Vonn and team in GarmischIt was a perfect day in Garmisch, Germany for Lindsey Vonn of Vail, Colo., who put down a flawless run to take the win and the overall super G World Cup lead. It was Vonn's 65th FIS Audi World Cup win and came on the last speed weekend before the Finals in Meribel, France.

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Tina Weirather Wins World Cup Downhill In Germany; Vonn Hangs On To Slim DH Title Lead

Tina writher, LichtensteinStunning weather and snow conditions welcomed 43 racers  Saturday for the seventh downhill race of the season, this time at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Liechtenstein’s Tina Weirather produced a superb performance down a well-prepared Kandahar piste, clocking the winning time of 1:40.94.

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USA Medal Count Remains Stalled At World Championships; Shiffrin 8th In Giant Slalom

Red Tail Stadium at Beaver CreekThe stalled American medal count at the FIS Alpine World Championships stayed that way Thursday despite the hopes and cheers of hometown fans filling Beaver Creek’s Red Tail Stadium for a Giant Slalom featuring both Mikaela Shiffrin and Lindsey Vonn. 

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A-Mazing Tina Maze Mines More Gold At Worlds In Alpine Combined; Spoils Austrian Party

Tina MazeAnother day at the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships at Beaver Creek, Colo. and a third medal for Slovenia’s Tina Maze who once again spoiled the Austrian party. American Lindsey Vonn was seventh in the downhill portion of the women’s Alpine Combined event but straddled a gate atop the slalom course and did not finish.

 

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No Fairy Tale Ending At Women's Downhill As Vonn Disappoints In Fifth; Slovenian Star Tina Maze Wins Gold

Tina Maze wins WC downhillThe much ballyhooed and anticipated women's downhill at the FIS Alpine World Championships at Beaver Creek, Colo. is now being bally-hooed in Slovenia where Tina Maze, it's own superstar, won gold in a time of one minute, 45.89. 

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Austria's Anna Fenninger Wins First Gold At World Alpine Championships In Colorado; Vonn Gets Bronze In Super G

Anna Menninger wins super G at '15 WorldsThe season long battle between America’s Lindsey Vonn and Austria’s Anna Fenniger played out at Beaver Creek Tuesday and it was Fenninger taking home the first gold medal of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in super G. Slovenia’s Tina Maze won silver and Vonn took bronze.

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Stoke The Alpine World Ski Championships At Vail/Beaver Creek Feb. 2-15; Expect 'Vonn-A-Mania'

Logo -- Alpine World Ski Championships Vail/BCThe FIS Alpine World Ski Championships are just days away and the stoke is running high in Colorado and, for that matter, all across the ski world.

Lindsey Vonn ready for Alpine Worlds

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Vonn Heads Home To World Championships With Win Number 64 In Kitz Super G

Lindsey Vonn after win 63 at KitzLindsey Vonn  will wing her way home to Vail/Beaver Creek and the upcoming World Alpine Skiing Championships with a 64th career victory, taking a strong win Sunday over Austria's Anna Fenninger in an Audi FIS Ski World Cup super G in St. Moritz, Switzerland. 

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Lindsey Breaks All-Time World Cup Win Record; Wins Super-G In Cortina

Vonn Breaks All-Time RecordAfter equalling the record of World Cup victories Sunday, Lindsey Vonn didn't have to wait long to break it. The American superstar mastered the super-G race Monday to earn career win number 63 surpassing Austrian Annemarie Moser-Proell as the all-time leader. With bib number 22, Vonn clocked 1:27.03 down the Olympia delle Tofane course.

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Lindsey Matches All-Time World Cup Record At 62; Wins Cortina Downhill

Lindsey Vonn Wins No. 62 in CortinaWith a powerful run through sunshine and fog, Vail, Colorado’s Lindsey Vonn etched her name into the ski racing history book, winning her 62nd career Audi FIS Ski World Cup at the Cortina downhill by .32 over Austria's Elisabeth Goergl. The win by Vonn matched the seemingly unbeatable record of 62 World Cup wins set by Austrian great Annemarie Moser-Proell that had stood for 35 years.

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