Lindsey Vonn & World Cup
Lindsey Caroline Vonn (née Kildow; born October 18, 1984) is a World Cup alpine ski racer with the United States Ski Team. The ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf is a men's golf tournament contested by teams of two representing their country./5
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Lindsey Vonn returns to action with fractured knee, extends World Cup lead
Lindsey Vonn says she's taking "a lot of risk of doing more damage to my arm" on her World Cup ski return.
Lindsey Vonn to return to racing in Austria, where there's a World Cup downhill Saturday. --
Lindsey Vonn returns to World Cup, boost to Mikaela Shiffrin via
Lindsey Vonn fractures arm before World Cup in Killington: Lindsey Vonn is a skiing Phenom and she's supposed to be…
Injured Vonn shuts down her season: She may currently lead the overall World Cup standings, but Lindsey Vonn m...
Lindsey Vonn, Julia Mancuso, Bode Miller, Ted Ligety all sidelined from World Cup tour simultaneously for the first time in …
Photos - Lindsey Vonn transported off the hill on a rescue sled after crashing - World Cup super-G
Lindsey Vonn sets new World Cup downhill win record,...
ALTENMARKT-ZAUCHENSEE, Austria (AP) — Lindsey Vonn built a commanding lead in the first run of a women's World Cup downhill on Saturday,
Plenty of snow today at Lake Louise for the women's World Cup downhill (won by Lindsey Vonn)
Lindsey Vonn closes in on Ingemar Stenmark's record with 73rd career victory in World Cup super-G race in Austria
American Lindsey Vonn wins World Cup downhill to equal all-time record of 36 wins
Lindsey Vonn wraps up fourth straight World Cup win -
Lara Gut of Switzerland beat Lindsey Vonn by 0.01 of a second on Friday to win a World Cup supercombined race in Val d’Isère, France, and
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
Lindsey Vonn on Jeopardy questions, dress sizes, the single life, and shooting for World Cup glory north of 30:
Lindsey Vonn will not race World Cup season-opening GS in Soelden due to recent ankle fracture and icy conditions on the race hill.
7th wonder: Vonn claims downhill title again: Lindsey Vonn won the World Cup downhill title for the seventh ti...
Anna Fenninger claimed her 2nd World Cup Giant Slalom win of the season:
By The Associated Press Tiger Woods says a videographer stood up and banged into his mouth when he was in Italy to celebrate girlfriend Lindsey Vonn breaking the World Cup ski record Source:: Sports – CBC
Lindsey Vonn powers on with record 64th World Cup win: Home home Lara Gut, who won Saturday's downhill, crashe...
WATCH: Lindsey Vonn's unbelievable run to break the World Cup record.
American Lindsey Vonn equals the record for World Cup wins in womens downhill skiing with her 62nd career victory.
Two days, two wins. takes the title of winningest women's World Cup skier!
The average adult human has 32 teeth, but leave it Tiger Woods to have one below par. [ Related: Tiger Woods' Record Is Broken… ] That's right, Tiger had just surprised his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn, who was competing at the Alpine skiing World Cup in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy on Monday, when a photographer accidentally knocked out his tooth. Here's how the Tiger's agent… [ 103 more words. ]
Tiger Woods was involved in a bit of an accident today. When the golfer arrived in Italy to support his girlfriend, skiier Lindsey Vonn at the 63rd World Cup title he never imagined leaving without a full set of teeth.
One of the tooth of legendary golfer Tiger Woods was knocked out today by an overeager cameraman as he was about to surprise his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn after she won a World Cup event in Italy."During a crush of photographers at the awards' podium at the World Cup event in Italy, a media member with a shoulder-mounted video camera pushed and surged towards the stage, turned and hit Tiger
Tiger Woods showed up in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy to surprise girlfriend Lindsey Vonn and cheer on her landmark 63rd World Cup victory — and he was noticeably missing a front tooth.
Golf's biggest -- and most photographed -- star, Tiger Woods made a surprise visit to Italy on Monday to watch girlfriend Lindsey Vonn capture her record 63rd World Cup title. In an apparent attempt to keep a low profile, he wore a creepy skull mask over his face most of the time. However, all social media *** was let loose when his mask slipped down and photographers papped Woods with his f
Tiger Woods was watching girlfriend Lindsey Vonn win her record 63rd World Cup title.
ESPN Video: Michael Collins discusses the news that Tiger Woods had a tooth knocked out by a camera while celebrating with girlfriend Lindsey Vonn following her World Cup skiing victory.
Lindsey Vonn has big plans after record win: Now that Lindsey Vonn has set the record for World Cup wins in sk...
Tiger Woods kept a low profile while watching Lindsey Vonn break the record for world cup wins in Italy.
BREAKING: Lindsey Vonn is now winningest women's World Cup racer EVER.
Lindsey Vonn ties all time alpine World Cup record. Bode Miller's cam on Wengen DH
Lindsey Vonn matches the all time record of 62 World Cup wins set by Moser-Proell with her DH win Sunday in Cortina. The FIS Alpine Ski World Cup is the top ...
2015 SKIING - Lindsey Vonn on her way to winning the downhill event and tying a 35-year-old World Cup record!
Congratulations Lindsey Vonn on tying the all-time World Cup skiing wins record at 62!
ACortina d`Ampezzo: American ski great Lindsey Vonn equalled the record of overall World Cup wins on Sunday with her 62nd victory in the women`s downhill a
Lindsey Vonn ties record with 62nd World Cup win
Lindsey Vonn ties all-time record for women's World Cup wins /news
DTN Sports: Lindsey Vonn ties record for career World Cup wins with victory in Italy (Yahoo Sports): Even afte...
Lindsey Vonn triumphs in Cortina downhill to equal record with 62nd World Cup win
Record run: Lindsey Vonn matches all-time World Cup wins mark at 62
Lindsey Vonn equals the women's record for World Cup downhill skiing wins
Watch Lindsey Vonn tie the all-time record for World Cup skiing wins:
Yay Lindsey Vonn !!! She tied the all time number of World Cup wins today...a whopping 62! :) What a great athlete! So proud of our American ski team!!
Lake Louise, CADADA (Dec 7) - Switzerland's Lara Gut edged USA's Lindsey Vonn on Sunday to win the first World Cup super-G race of the season. After an outst...
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) — For years, Julia Mancuso's skiing accomplishments — and there were many — were overshadowed by Lindsey Vonn's. When it comes to Olympic Alpine events, though, no American woman comes close. Turning in a terrific run to lead after the downhill, then recovering from a rattling start in the slalom, Mancuso earned the bronze in the super-combined at the Sochi Games on Monday for her fourth medal at an Olympics. She already was the only U.S. female Alpine racer with more than two, which is Vonn's total. "Skiing and growing up with someone like Lindsey, who's just amazing on the World Cup and breaking records left and right there — to have something that I can break records in at the same time is also fun and exciting for me," said Mancuso, whose two-run time of 2 minutes, 35.15 seconds was 0.53 slower than champion Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany. "If I can keep the Olympics as my thing, that's fine," Mancuso said, "and I'm really proud of it." It sure showed Monday, the w ...
Less than seven months after a severe knee injury, Lindsey Vonn (USA) was back on the slopes in Portillo, Chile. She hopes to be back in racing form for the World Cup, starting in late November and the Olympic Games in Sochi, starting Feburary 2014.
She had extremely high hopes of defending her title in Sochi this February, but it appears Vonn’s knee problems will be too much for her to overcome by February. Lindsey Vonn, the reigning queen of Olympic and World Cup downhill skiing, recently announced that she will not be competing in the 2014 Winter Olympics due to a devastating right knee injury she incurred last year. Vonn, a four-time World Cup overall champion, tore her anterior cruciate and medial collateral knee ligaments and fractured the lateral plateau in her tibia in a disconcerting crash at the 2013 World Championship. She underwent extensive reconstructive surgery shortly after the injury occurred and had been healing nicely until Vonn aggravated the problem in a crash while training back in November. "I did everything I possibly could to somehow get strong enough to overcome having no ACL (anterior cruciate ligament), but the reality has sunk in that my knee is just too unstable to compete at this level. I'm having surgery soon so t ...
World Cup skiing champion Lindsey Vonn announced Tuesday that she will miss the upcoming Sochi Olympics after reinjuring her knee during training.
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, ...
After this weekend's World Cup alpine races in Europe, we learned that Lindsey Vonn has "no ACL," Ted Ligety is mortal, and Bode Miller vaguely resembles the Olympic and World Champion that he is.
VAL D'ISERE, France -- Lindsey Vonn felt her injured right knee give way and for a moment it looked like her chances for another Olympic gold might be in jeopardy. Vonn had another scary run during the World Cup downhill in Val d'Isere, clutching her knee in pain after losing her balance and missing a gate on Saturday. But shortly afterward, she said no new damage had been done to the surgically repaired knee and her plans for the Sochi Olympics were still intact. "I didn't hurt myself more than I'm already hurt," said Vonn, the reigning Olympic downhill champion. "It was a small compression, and it was fully loaded on the right ski and my knee just completely gave out. I tried to pressure the ski again and it gave out again. I had no chance of making that gate, unfortunately." With boyfriend Tiger Woods watching from the bottom of the slope, Vonn skied out after her left ski came up in the air, putting all her weight on the troublesome right leg. The American was clearly distressed after pulling up and l ...
Not far from the finish line she crossed minutes earlier in World Cup downhill training, Lindsey Vonn smiled as she chatted with US teammates Julia Mancuso, Stacey Cook, and Leanne ...
Lindsey Vonn says she is “really excited” to race this weekend in the World Cup downhill competition at Lake Louise, Canada. Powered by WPeMatico
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 ...
Mikaela Shiffrin Of US Is 2nd In Giant Slalom by THE Associated Press December 01, 2013 6:03 PM Beaver Creek, Colo. (AP) — As she glided closer and closer to the finish line, Mikaela Shiffrin heard the roars, the ringing cow bells and the raucous music from the loud speaker. Spurred on, she turned it on. And when Shiffrin crossed the line, the roaring took on new life as her name appeared at the top of the scoreboard. Up top in the starting gate, Jessica Lindell-Vikarby of Sweden, the last skier left, heard it all. She knew Shiffrin had done something special. Then she went out and spoiled the party. Lindell-Vikarby won a World Cup Giant Slalom Sunday, holding off the 18-year-old Shiffrin with a fluid final run. The Swede finished the two runs on a demanding Beaver Creek course in 2 minutes, 17.92 seconds, with Shiffrin 0.09 seconds behind. Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein took third. All the noise down low didn't appear to rattle Lindell-Vikarby, who won a World Cup race for the first time since 2009. " ...
Lazy Friday...watching Women's Downhill skiing. Team USA is putting out a great team on the World Cup circuit even without Lindsey Vonn.
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 ...
Ever since Beaver Creek was put on the women's World Cup schedule, Lindsey Vonn had big dreams of racing in her backyard as the dramatic kickoff to an Olympic season.
Lindsey Vonn's comeback to the World Cup skiing circuit was put on hold Friday as she faces a race against time to compete in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
Latest Sports News: Vonn aims for December comeback - Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn aims to return from a knee injury at a World Cup event in Canada next month.
Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn was hurt Tuesday while training at the U.S. Ski Team Speed Center at Copper Mountain, one week before she was due to begin official downhill training for the World Cup.
ASPEN, Colo. -- Austrias Kathrin Zettel held off teammate and training partner Marlies Schild to win a World Cup slalom Sunday, skiing a blazing second run on a course on which she is much at home. Zettel finished in a combined time of one minute, 42.46 seconds to edge Schild by 0.67 seconds. Tina Maze of Slovenia was third in a race Lindsey Vonn skipped as she recovers from an intestinal illness. Schild was seeking her 34th career slalom win, which would match the discipline record of Swiss great Vreni Schneider. She looked on her way, too, after a swift second run through a challenging course. But Schild was eclipsed by Zettel, the last skier of the afternoon. "She was pretty tough to beat," Schild said. Theres something about the Aspen hill that suits Zettel. She also finished second in the Giant Slalom the day before, making it a highly productive weekend. She now has eight career podium finishes at this venue. "I dont even know what to say," said Zettel, who won her first slalom race since 2010. "Asp ...
Tiger Woods’ relationship with girlfriend and World Cup skier Lindsey Vonn is heating up so fast that the two are reportedly working out the details of a prenuptial agreement. “Tiger’s relationship with Lindsey has moved quickly,” a source told the National Enquirer. “The two have gotten so...
Lindsey Vonn, on road to recovery, is critical of ski officials Lindsey Vonn, who might be known as much now for dating Tiger Woods as her legendary World Cup and Olympic feats, was critical of ski officials after a devastating knee injury. Vonn tore two knee ligaments and broke a bone in her leg Feb. 5 during a super-Giant Slalom race at the World Championships in Schladming, Austria. During a conference call Friday, Vonn said loose snow -- an unsafe condition in downhill racing -- was "100% the reason why I crashed." She is currently recovering in Vail, Colo., after surgery to repair the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in her right knee. In retrospect, she blames officials for allowing the race to be contested in unsafe conditions. ~SportsMan
World Cup alpine ski racer Lindsey Vonn and professional ladies man, avid golfer Tiger Woods, are reportedly becoming seriously involved. According to US Weekly, the couples ‘friends’ who have previously denied they are romantically linked, now say that the two have been getting to know each other’s...
Man, it's tough being a global celebrity. You do a friend a favor by sending them a plane, as friends do, and all of a sudden the press is all over it, making a big deal. Can't a multimillionaire get a little peace? By now you've probably heard that Tiger Woods allegedly sent his plane to help Lindsey Vonn get home following her injury during the World Championships in Austria. TMZ snapped Vonn boarding the plane, and other outlets, including the Swedish newspaper Blick (as cited by Ski Racing Magazine) also reported that the plane was Woods'. While planes are indeed trackable and identifiable by their tail numbers, Woods' plane is private and therefore does not register its travels. Woods and Vonn have been the subject of plenty of rumors; Woods' story you know, and Vonn finalized her divorce in January. So there you go. However, Woods has made no public statement on the matter, and Vonn actually released a statement trying to shut down the rumors: "Lindsey is currently in the midst of the World Cup seas ...
American skiing superstar is in everyone's thoughts after yesterday's terrible crash. All involved in the world of alpine skiing, and us here at Redbull.com, are sending their best wishes to Lindsey Vonn right now after the American’s harrowing crash at the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships in Schladming, Austria, yesterday. Just a few weeks after returning to the sport, the 28-year-old world-beater crashed into a safety gate during the women’s Super-G event on Tuesday. After receiving treatment on the slopes Lindsey was eventually airlifted to hospital where it was confirmed she had suffered a torn ACL and MCL in her right knee. The multiple World Champion was trailing race-leader and eventual winner Tina Maze when she fell. The injury means Lindsey is now out of action for the rest of the 2012/13 season. It is expected that Lindsey will be back to full fitness in time for the 2013/14 World Cup season – and to defend her Olympic gold at Sochi 2014. We’ll keep you updated with any new development ...
All I can say, Lindsey Vonn, you are one *** of a great skier. Vonn added another World Cup victory over in Slovenia. Not in a downhill, but in a Giant Slalom.
CORTINA D’AMPEZZO, Italy (AFP) – (AFP) – American downhill queen Lindsey Vonn dominated overall World Cup leader Tina Maze to claim her 58th win in the series and first win of 2013 here on Saturday.
Mikaela Shiffrin, who leads the worldwide slalom rankings and is often referred to as the next Lindsey Vonn, is the first American to win two World Cup races before turning 18.
Lindsey Vonn takes downhill for 12th career World Cup victory at Lake Louise - check out
Lindsey Vonn makes history with another sweep at the World Cup in Lake Louise: /
Lindsey Vonn dominated weekend World Cup races, but Tina Maze remains the overall leader. Can she stay ahead?
Lindsey Vonn wins third World Cup race of weekend at Lake Louise -... Doo
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.
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
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
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.
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...
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).
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.
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.
Find out when Lindsey Vonn will learn about her request to race a World Cup men's downhill in Lake Louise
St. Paul native Lindsey Vonn crashed but was unhurt in the season opener of the World Cup Giant Slalom Saturday in Soelden, Austria. Tina Maze of Slovenia, who was runner-up to Vonn in the overall standings last season, finished first.
Lindsey Vonn, with 53 World Cup wins in her career, wants to ski the men's downhill at Lake Louise.
Vail Resorts has come up with a great new application for its EpicMix technology this coming ski season, offering users a way to race against each other and four-time World Cup overall champion Lindsey Vonn.
Elko County Nevada : World Cup champion Lindsey Vonn pays off more than $1.7M in back taxes - Washington Post
World Cup and Olympic ski champion Lindsey Vonn is in debt to the IRS for $1.7 million for failure to pay part of her federal income taxes. According to the Detroit News the skier owes $1,705,437 and the IRS has placed a tax lien against her and Thomas Vonn, the lien was filed on April 2 in Nevada.
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