Lindsey Vonn is back on snow (Erich Spiess/Red Bull Content Pool) By Seth Rubinroit Lindsey Vonn skied for the first time in 10 months while training in Soelden, Austria last week. She plans to compete at Lake Louise in early December 2014 for the first time since knee injury on December 21, 2013. Below are pictures from her return to […]
Lindsey Vonn in 2013 (Photo by Stanko Gruden/Agence Zoom/Getty Images) By Seth Rubinroit Lindsey Vonn skied for the first time in 10 months while training in Soelden, Austria on Wednesday. “I am told that things went well,” USSA Alpine Director Patrick Riml said to SkiRacing.com. Vonn has not raced since December 21, when her knee gave out on the […]
Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn (Reuters/Denis Balibouse) By Max Meyer Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn may never play in a tennis Grand Slam, but she did get to play tennis in a Glacier Slam against superstar Roger Federer. Vonn and Federer played on a makeshift court on a glacier at an altitude of 3,475 meters. The match […]
Lindsey Vonn Undercover as Ski Ticket Agent What does Lindsey Vonn do on her days off? The Olympic gold medalist had a little fun recently while recovering from knee surgery, dressing up in costume as an employee-in-training at the Vail ski resort. Check out the video below to see the amusing interactions she had with unsuspecting customers: […]
American Alpine Skiing star Lindsey Vonn has announced that she will not be competiting in the Sochi Winter Olympics next month.
Lindsey Vonn skied out at Val d’isere downhill.
In her first Super G in 10 months, Lindsey Vonn was the top American during the 2013 FIS Skiing World Cup in Lake Louise, after finishing with a time of 1:23.71. Since her return, Vonn has competed in 3 events with 2 top 20 finishes.
After suffering from a torn ACL 10 months ago, Lindsey Vonn finished today’s Downhill with a time of 1:59.22. Vonn also suffered a partial tear in her ACL just 3 weeks ago but she is still hoping to compete in the Sochi Olympics in February.
Lindsey Vonn talks with Universal Sports about her injury and recovery after taking a nasty fall during the 2013 World Championships in Schladming.
Universal Sports Network presents Lindsey Vonn: The Return, an exclusive, in-depth personal interview with the most decorated skier in U.S. history.
In this 30-minute special, Veteran sportscaster Steve Porino and Vonn talk candidly about everything from her history of injuries, depression and media scrutiny, to overcoming adversity, breaking records and retirement. They also relive last February’s serious crash at the world championships, and talk openly about what Vonn describes as the worst injury she’s ever come back from and her rapid, yet grueling, road to recovery in her quest to defend her Olympic gold medal in the downhill.