Lindsey Vonn & Lake Louise

Lindsey Caroline Vonn (née Kildow; born October 18, 1984) is a World Cup alpine ski racer with the United States Ski Team. The Lake Louise Ski Area is a ski resort located in Banff National Park, near the village of Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada. 5.0/5

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Plenty of snow today at Lake Louise for the women's World Cup downhill (won by Lindsey Vonn)
Lindsey Vonn won the World Cup downhill for her 16th victory at Lake Louise:
Lindsey Vonn shows she’s still the queen of Lake Louise with World Cup downhill triumph via
No date set for Vonn's return ahead of Olympics By ERIC WILLEMSEN (Associated Press) AP - Sports LIENZ, Austria (AP) -- Lindsey Vonn's head coach says no date has been set for the injured skier's return to the World Cup, and that she might not compete at all before the Sochi Olympics in February. ''Her knee was swollen again after Val d'Isere,'' U.S. women's head coach Alex Hoedlmoser told The Associated Press. ''She is working with the guys from (her own team) Red Bull and the medical staff to get that under control.'' Hoedlmoser added that ''there is no decision yet if, or where she is going to race ahead of the Olympics.'' Vonn needed surgery in February to reconstruct two knee ligaments after a crash in super-G at the world championships, and then partially re-tore one of them in November. Vonn returned to the World Cup in Lake Louise, Alberta, in the first week of December and finished 40th and 11th in two downhills before placing fifth in super-G the next day. After the next setback in Val d'Isere, ...
Bad weekend for skiing, good w/e for watching ski racing. Saturday I heard from a friend who got a text from his friend at Song that the conditions there were even more horrible than they were last weekend. So we decided to double-down on watching World Cup Ski Racing all weekend rather than curse the crappy conditions. The coverage actually started Thursday with a practice run for the girls on the downhill DH course at Lake Louise on the Universal Sports Network - USN. Friday was race # One, and the first for Lindsey Vonn since her partial liniment tear in November. She finished 40th with her old friend Maria Riesch (Germany) grabbing the win. Saturday was the second DH where Lindsey improved to finish 10th while Maria nabbed her second win. This was the third day of sub-zero temperatures with temperatures hovering around -19 Celsius (-2 Fahrenheit) at race time Saturday on an icy course that saw several racers crash. The race was delayed for several minutes after Nadja Jnglin-Kamer lost an edge and went ...
Lindsey Vonn made comeback at Lake Louise in the downhill, finishing 40th, but it's onward and upward from here...she was pleased.
Lindsey Vonn in comeback race. She competes at Lake Louise, Canada.
Lindsey Vonn thrilled despite slow time at Lake Louise
Lindsey Vonn says she will race at Lake Louise
LAKE LOUISE, Alberta – Lindsey Vonn will open the season in Friday's downhill at Lake Louise, a course where she's won many times in her career. After completing downhill training Wednesday, Vonn said the
Lindsey Vonn set to return to action at Lake Louise
Lindsey Vonn returns to action at Lake Louise
Lindsey Vonn says she is “really excited” to race this weekend in the World Cup downhill competition at Lake Louise, Canada. Powered by WPeMatico
Lindsey Vonn will ski competitively for the first time in 10 months on Friday in Lake Louise.
Sochi 2014: Vonn eyeing ‘Lake Lindsey’ comeback - Skier Lindsey Vonn is aiming to be back on the hill in Lake Louise, Alta. this weekend, after a year filled with injury setbacks.
LAKE LOUISE, Alberta -- Lindsey Vonn was cleared to get back on a World Cup course for downhill training, the latest step as she works to return from a right knee injury and prepare for the Sochi Olympics. Now Vonn -- and the rest of the skiing world -- will wait to find out whether she'll actually be racing by the end of the week. The four-time overall World Cup champion and reigning Olympic downhill gold medalist is expected to start in Wednesday's first official training session at Lake Louise, the U.S. Ski Team said Tuesday. The team added that not until Thursday would a decision be made on whether Vonn will return to competition for the first time since tearing right knee ligaments in a high-speed crash at the world championships in February. The scheduled races at Lake Louise -- a site Vonn has dominated in the past, including three-victory sweeps in 2011 and 2012 -- are downhills on Friday and Saturday, and a super-G on Sunday. Vonn will start 10th in Wednesday's training run. "She's trying to come ...
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Lindsey Vonn says she's mending very well after last week's injuries, and is optimistic for next week's races in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada.
Vail practice run today. Lindsey Vonn on course getting ready for Lake Louise. We meet a Minnesotan…
Message from Lindsey Vonn “Rehab is going well, and I am working as hard as I can to race in Lake Louise in a few weeks.” “PS: don't worry guys, this is only a temporary setback. Nothing will keep me from picking myself back up and continuing to fight for my dreams.
Olympic Skier Lindsey Vonn says 'fluke' accident caused setback Kelly Whiteside, USA TODAY Sports 8:21 a.m. EST November 27, 2013 Lindsey Vonn partially tore her right ACL nine days ago, her chances of competing in the Sochi Olympics, which begin in 72 days, seemed in doubt. "I still I have a lot left to achieve this season. I just have to take it day by day now, but I still have time before Sochi," she told Matt Lauer on the TODAY show on Wednesday morning. Vonn said she hopes to return to competition at the World Cup stop in Lake Louise, Alberta, on Dec. 6, but won't know for certain until she begins training on snow. She plans to get back on skis in the coming days in Vail, Colo. When asked if she can put enough pressure on the knee to train and make it to Sochi, Vonn said, "To be honest, I don't know. I've been doing rehab and I've been progressing every day." She said she fell on a compression turn when her ski tracked out, caught the edge causing her to flip over her skis and go head first into a fe ...
Lindsey Kildow Vonn wins again a World Cup downhill after Lake Louise, beating Slovenian Tina Maze. For her eighty days of pain and suffering, she needed a break to recover some energy and strength. On Olympia delle Tofane course, the American was able to get back the right determination and confidence she needed to beat the Slovenian (who made a couple of slight errors) by nearly a half-second. The super-G is scheduled for tomorrow, start time of the first racer at 11.45, weather permitting, because more snow coming. Tina Maze achieved today with the second place her best result of the season in downhill, confirming her leadership in the overall World Cup standing (with 1414 points, 744 for Maria Riesch). Thanks to her 58th career World Cup victory in Cortina, Lindsey Vonn is getting closer and closer to beat Moser-Proell’s all-time record of World Cup wins in total. On the third place of the podium, surprisingly, another American, Leanne Smith, who confirmed the success of the strong U.S. speed team w ...
Lindsey Vonn celebrating after her second win of the weekend in Lake Louise. She goes on to win the third race as well!
Lindsey Vonn takes downhill for 12th career World Cup victory at Lake Louise - check out
Lindsey Vonn World Cup Diary reveals how Lake Louise speeded her recovery from illness
Hat-Trick! Oakley alpine ski star Lindsey Vonn came back from a recent ailment to sweep both downhill races and the super-g competition at the FIS Alpine World Cup Tour stop this weekend in Lake Louise, Canada. The men's Birds of Prey event at Beaver Creek Mountain saw Aksel Lund Svindal take second in both the downhill and super-g events. Great weekend for Oakley alpine skiing! Story: (Photo: Alexis Boichard/Agence Zoom)
Denver Post Diary of Lindsey Vonn about the last races in Lake Louise :)...
Lindsey Vonn makes history with another sweep at the World Cup in Lake Louise: /
Lindsey Vonn wins third World Cup race of weekend at Lake Louise -... Doo
2012 Lake Louise, Canada, FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup, as she did last season, Lindsey Vonn (USA) wins all three races in Lake...
Lindsey Vonn with the SWEEP in Lake Louise this weekend! Gotta love this photo.
Lindsey Vonn made it three-for-three on a snowy Sunday in Lake Louise, Canada, winning the super G, a World Cup victory that capped a spectacular weekend for her individually and, for that matter, the U.S. women's team.
For the second day in a row, Olympic women's downhill champion Lindsey Vonn of the United States was victorious at Lake Louise, Alberta, an hour west of Calgary
Lake Louise Lindsey - Best Moments video Short video I made with the best moments about the races in Lake Louise! Many congrats to Lindsey Vonn for her Hattrick!! Can't wait for the rest of the Season!Hope you all like the video :) Song: Colbie Caillet- Brighter Than the Sun All video clips belon...
American Lindsey Vonn looks for her third victory of the weekend in Lake Louise.
Lindsey Vonn with the trifecta this weekend in Lake Louise! Wowzers!
Latest news: Lindsey Vonn makes it 7 from 7 in Lake Louise - The American won all three races at her favourite World Cup venue this weekend. Continue reading
More action from this weekend's second dawnhill race at Lake Louise - Dec 1, 2012.
While it wasn't nearly as dramatic as yesterday's downhill victory, it was equally as impressive. American Lindsey Vonn skied a solid super G run to score the Lake Louise hat trick for the second year in a row.
In what is fast becoming an all too familiar outcome, Lindsey Vonn ended on top of the podium for the third day in a row at Lake Louise completing a clean sweep in the FIS World Cup even in Canada
Another great day for US Skiing...Lindsey Vonn completes the hat trick at Lake Louise by winning the Super G... with J-man(Julia Mancuso) taking 2nd today! Ligety blows the field away at Beaver Creek winning the GS by 1.76...that's a serious beatdown. Nobody can compete with him in GS right now FYI-Vonn now ties the great Vreni Schneider(my daughters namesake) for 2nd place all time on the womens win list with 55. AnneMarie Moser Proell leads with 62 wins...she could do it this year.
Well done as well to the ladies over in Lake Louise. Lindsey Vonn 1st and Julia Mancuso 2nd in the SG!! Next stop St. Moritz! See you there!
Lindsey Vonn wins her sixth straight World Cup race at Lake Louise and 14th of her career by creaming the competition in the super G. Her teammate Julia Mancuso finished second, followed by Anna Fenninger.
Lindsey Vonn completed a sweep of World Cup races at Lake Louise, Alta., for the second straight year.
Lindsey Vonn skis Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada where her downhill times compare favourably to what the male skiers recorded the previous week including Aksel Lund Spindal from Norway.
Lindsey Vonn continues Lake Louise dominance with win
With 6th straight win at Lake Louise, Lindsey Vonn ties Anja Pärson's record (Maribor) for consecutive WC wins at one venue.
At Saturday's downhill in Lake Louise, Lindsey Vonn proved she doesn't have to ski a perfect run to get the win.The reigning World Cup champ, got herself into some trouble midway down the course on a sweeping left-footer. Vonn got twisted up, dropping her hand behind her back, before making a miracu...
Ted Ligety fourth for 2nd straight week in super-G, this time at Beaver Creek, looks like Lindsey Vonn will win again at Lake Louise.
The ski season has now started. Large amounts of snow have fallen across Europe and this weekend saw the Men’s first race of the FIS World Cup series at Beaver Creek, while the Women got their season underway with the downhill at Lake Louise. Congratulations to Lindsey Vonn for her win at the first race and also congratulations to Chemmy Alcott who gained a 25th place. A great achievement for her as it was here that she crashed out in 2010 and had to have major surgery (and most likely countless physiotherapy sessions).
Lindsey Vonn has returned to the winner's circle in emphatic style, beating compatriot Stacey Cook by a massive 1.73 seconds in the women's downhill at Lake Louise. Maria Hoefl-Riesch (GER) and Tina Weirather (LIE) were just 0.01 further back in equal third. Meanwhile, the men's downhill at Beaver Creek has gone to Italy's Christof Innerhofer, with last weekend's downhill and Super G winner Aksel Lund Svindal (NOR) second and Kjetil Jansrud (NOR) third.
Wow! What a race...!!! Lindsey is back!! Congratulations to Lindsey Vonn on her win and Maria Riesch on her 3rd place in the Lake Louise downhill! Yeah!
Edo Cali: Lindsey Vonn looking good in Lake Louise, but there is a complication
Congrats to the Queen of The Lake- Lindsey Vonn, on another victory at Lake Louise. 5 straigh DH victories at the Lake!
Lindsey Vonn is in Lake Louise to compete against the men. How nervous are those guys? Don't you be nervous, girl, just school 'em!
Skier Lindsey Vonn's bid to compete with men at Lake Louise rejected
The International Ski Federation (FIS) has rejected Lindsey Vonn?s request to race against the men at a World Cup downhill event in Lake Louise, Canada l
The International Ski Federation has decided that Lindsey Vonn will not be allowed to participate in the men’s World Cup downhill race at Lake Louise on November 24.
Update: To no one's surprise, including probably Lindsey Vonn, the FIS Council voted Saturday to not support her request to race against the men in the late November World Cup Downhill at Lake Louise, where Vonn has traditionally raced well. Vonn, with the support of the USSA, petitioned the FIS—the...
Lindsey Vonn won't be racing against the men at the upcoming Lake Louise downhill competition. The International Ski Federation (FIS) denied the request by the American skiing great to race alongside the men on the Alberta course on Nov. 24.
Disappointed Lindsey Vonn has been turned down in her request to race the men's downhill in Lake Louise. Opportunity to attract new viewers lost FIS!
Well the FIS lived up to all expectations by making the wrong call and not allowing Lindsey Vonn to race with the men at Lake Louise this month. This was a golden opportunity to profile alpine ski racing to the masses with a human interest element that rarely occurs. A sport that so badly needs exposure here in North America will once again go barely noticed if mentioned at all during the US and Canadian swing of the World Cup. A golden opportunity missed while instead the FIS is focused on confusing rule changes to skis and who knows what else. Ask the PGA how successful it was when Annika Sorenstam played in the 2003 Colonial mens PGA event on a sponsors exemption. There were huge crowds, giant ratings and an awesome response as she proved herself worthing to compete at that level. But we all knew they'd make the wrong call.
CALGARY, ALTA. (Nov. 3, 2012) — Alpine Canada president Max Gartner issued the following statement regarding the International Ski Federation’s decision not to permit USA ski racer Lindsey Vonn to compete against the men at World Cup races in Lake Louise, Alta., later this month.
So... FIS deciding if Lindsey can enter men's downhill at Lake Louise... Thoughts?
At 4:12, a conversation with Canmore Olympian Kelly Vanderbeek about Lindsey Vonn's bid to race against men later this month at Lake Louise.
As FIS decides whether skier Lindsey Vonn can race against men in Lake Louise, debate about male and female athletes competing together is reopened.
Hot Topic: Should women compete with men? American downhill skier Lindsey Vonn wants the chance at Lake Louise later this month. Thoughts?
Ski superstar Lindsey Vonn is so dominant she wants to race men next month at Lake Louise. Find out how the CAN ski team feels 540 on
Find out when Lindsey Vonn will learn about her request to race a World Cup men's downhill in Lake Louise
American racer Lindsey Vonn asks to race with men at Canadian downhill at Lake Louise
Lindsey Vonn, with 53 World Cup wins in her career, wants to ski the men's downhill at Lake Louise.
Lindsey Vonn asked to compete against men in Lake Louise: Into Incredible, but true. The American Lindsey Vonn,...
Update: Alpine Skiing World Cup, Lindsey Vonn reconquering your place in Lake Louise
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