101 Facts About Lindsey Vonn

1. Lindsey Vonn is slated to conclude her career with Sunday's downhill.

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2. Lindsey Vonn was wearing an inflatable safety air bag under her racing suit.

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3. Lindsey Vonn explains what she'll miss most about ski racing after crashing out of the super-G at the world championships.

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4. Lindsey Vonn got airborne, skied through a gate panel and fell hard on her chest.

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5. Lindsey Vonn said she never wanted the storyline of her career to be about injuries.

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6. Lindsey Vonn won seven World Cup races at the Swedish resort, including two giant slaloms, and has 12 podiums overall there.

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7. Lindsey Vonn achieved that goal last year by winning a bronze medal in downhill at the Pyeongchang Games.

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8. Lindsey Vonn has won seven World Cup races in Are, including two giant slaloms, and has 12 podiums overall.

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9. Lindsey Vonn went on to reveal that she underwent surgery in Spring 2018 to have cartilage removed from her bone.

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10. Lindsey Vonn has enjoyed significant media attention for an American alpine skier, becoming the face of her sport in the US.

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11. Lindsey Vonn was Lindsey Vonn Kildow then, before changing her name to Vonn after marrying her now ex-husband and ex-coach, Thomas.

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12. Lindsey Vonn won her last Olympic medal—a bronze in the downhill—at the 2018 Pyeongchang Games.

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13. Lindsey Vonn transcended her sport in a way only a handful of Olympic athletes could even imagine.

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14. Lindsey Vonn has won three Olympic medals, seven World Championship medals and 82 World Cup events.

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15. Lindsey Vonn has won seven World Cup races at the Swedish resort, including two giant slaloms, and has 12 podiums overall there.

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16. Lindsey Vonn achieved that goal by winning a bronze medal in downhill at last year's Pyeongchang Games.

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17. Lindsey Vonn has only two races remaining on her aching knees.

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18. On February 1, 2019, Lindsey Vonn announced that she would retire after the 2019 World Championships taking place in Sweden.

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19. Lindsey Vonn has 82 World Cup victories—best all-time among women—and four fewer than record-holder Ingemar Stenmark, who raced in the 1970s and 80s.

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20. Lindsey Vonn needs to start at least one training run to race the downhill, per International Ski Federation rules.

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21. Lindsey Vonn skipped the World Cup races in Germany over the weekend to heal up.

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22. Lindsey Vonn is an Olympic gold medalist in Downhill and a bronze medalist in the Super-G, as of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

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23. Lindsey Vonn remembered the day she first met Picabo, who is an Olympic gold medalist herself.

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24. Lindsey Vonn was married for four years to former US Ski Team athlete Thomas Vonn.

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25. Lindsey Vonn was previously married to former competitive skier Thomas Vonn from 2007 to 2011.

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26. Lindsey Vonn wished her Italian friend "all the best for your comeback.

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27. Lindsey Vonn has 82 World Cup wins, just four less than overall record-holder Ingemark Stenmark of Sweden.

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28. Lindsey Vonn skipped the first downhill training run on Thursday before deciding against competing in Saturday's downhill race and Sunday's super-G on the almost 1.8-mile Kandahar course.

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29. Lindsey Vonn has decided to skip the weekend's World Cup races to give her ailing knees a chance to recover.

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30. Lindsey Vonn speeds down the course during an alpine ski, women's World Cup Super-G in Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy, Sunday, Jan 20, 2019.

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31. Lindsey Vonn will not race in Saturday's downhill, while it remains to be seen if she will take part in Sunday's super-G race, which she can enter without any training runs.

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32. Lindsey Vonn said the pain she endured at Cortina "was due to an impact injury to my peroneal nerve.

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33. Lindsey Vonn might not be done with skiing just yet.

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34. Lindsey Vonn has enjoyed significant media attention for an alpine skier, becoming the face of her sport in the US.

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35. Lindsey Vonn crashed in her first run, resulting in a broken fourth finger and Vonn's disqualification from the event.

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36. In 1995 at age 10, Lindsey Vonn met Street in person at a promotional event.

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37. Lindsey Vonn won the gold medal in downhill at the 2010 Winter Olympics, the first one for an American woman.

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38. Lindsey Vonn began to learn ski, when she was just two years of age.

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39. Lindsey Vonn is an alpine skier from the United States.

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40. Lindsey Vonn feels that the relationship failed because they were spending too much time apart.

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41. Lindsey Vonn was involved with golf legend Tiger Woods a few years ago, and people still think about their split.

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42. Lindsey Vonn revealed that this would be her last Olympic Games.

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43. Lindsey Vonn appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition 2010, the 2010 Winter Olympics presented.

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44. Lindsey Vonn often stays in the house of her friend and former householder, Maria Hofl-Riesch, in Germany.

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45. Lindsey Vonn met with golfer Tiger Woods at a charity event in 2012.

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46. Lindsey Vonn has experienced a significant amount of media attention for an alpine skier.

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47. Lindsey Vonn returned to the World Cup on January 15, 2017, at the exit of the Altenmarkt; finished 13.

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48. On November 11, 2016, Lindsey Vonn announced on her Facebook page that she had broken the right humerus bone in a training accident.

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49. Lindsey Vonn has not shown updates on media about her net worth 2017.

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50. Lindsey Vonn had selected by the Associated Press as a woman in 2010.

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51. In 2008, Lindsey Vonn won the overall title of the World Cup.

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52. In 2010, Lindsey Vonn was awarded the Laureus Athlete of the Year Award and was an athlete of the United States Olympic Committee of the Year.

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53. Lindsey Vonn began his skiing career as a child on the ground in Burnsville, Minnesota, on the Buck Hill skiing and snowboarding, and family vacations that included 16 hours of Minnesota from Vail to Vail.

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54. In 2010 Winter Olympics, Lindsey Vonn won the gold medal in downhill.

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55. Lindsey Vonn might seem like a goddess, but she was a family girl first.

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56. Lindsey Vonn dedicated her Olympics races to her grandfather, a Korean War veteran by having his initials on her helmet.

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57. Lindsey Vonn tied for 6th in Women's Super-G, and she won the bronze medal in women's downhill for the United States of America.

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58. Lindsey Vonn made time in 2010 to appear in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition of their magazine.

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59. Lindsey Vonn now has a new four-bedroom, five-bath contemporary-style property, valued at $2.6 million.

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60. Lindsey Vonn is selling her Los Angeles home for $3.65 million.

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61. Lindsey Vonn has numerous endorsements and sponsorships, like Red Bull, Beats by Dre, Rolex, Oakley, Hershey, and Under Armour, as well as a new clothing line.

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62. Lindsey Vonn is known, aside from her athleticism, for dating Tiger Woods.

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63. Lindsey Vonn has somewhat nervous energy and fidgets before a race.

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64. Lindsey Vonn has an odd love-hate relationship with it, stating: "I like being outside.

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65. In 2010, Lindsey Vonn accepted the Laureus Sportswoman of the Year award and was the Olympic Committee's sportswoman of the year.

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66. Lindsey Vonn is a rare breed, having won a World Cup in all five sectors of Alpine skiing: downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, and super combined.

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67. Lindsey Vonn has won a record 8 American World Cup medals in the downhill discipline.

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68. Lindsey Vonn set many records at the 2010 Winter Olympics, where she won the gold, a first for an American woman.

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69. Lindsey Vonn seemed to be even more dedicated as a child than she is.

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70. Lindsey Vonn was taught to ski by her grandfather, Don Kildow.

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71. Lindsey Vonn has won four American World Cup overall titles and owns the woman's record for most World Cup wins.

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72. Lindsey Vonn was just 16 when she met Thomas, who was 25, at Salt Lake City during the Olympics.

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73. Lindsey Vonn tweeted about Woods saying that there was no problem in The Masters Tournament that Woods was playing in and he even mentioned that Woods had to keep an eye on those cheaters.

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74. Lindsey Vonn was just ten when she met Picabo Street who she considered her hero and role model.

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75. Lindsey Vonn is one of six women to have won World Cup races in all five disciplines of alpine skiing—downhill, super-G, giant slalom, slalom, and super combined—and won 59 World Cup races in her career through February 2014.

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76. Lindsey Vonn is mostly known by her married name (her husband is the skier Thomas Vonn).

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77. Lindsey Vonn featured in the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition which presented Olympians from the 2010 Winter Games.

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78. In 2010, Lindsey Vonn got the Laureus Sportswoman of the Year award and was the United States Olympic Committee's Sportswoman of the year.

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79. On March 4, 2003, Lindsey Vonn won a silver medal in downhill in the Junior Championship at Puy-Saint-Vincent, France.

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80. In 2016, Lindsey Vonn won her 20th World Cup crystal globe title.

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81. Lindsey Vonn made her TV show debut in 2007 as a guest in the talk-show The Clubhouse.

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82. Lindsey Vonn made her World Cup debut for US national team in Park City on November 18, 2000.

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83. Lindsey Vonn has done promotional campaigns for the sportswear giant Under Armour, chocolate brand Reese's, Vail town's tourism.

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84. Lindsey Vonn got her education from University of Missouri High School by enrolling in the online program from the center of distance department of the university.

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85. Lindsey Vonn participated in different disciplines of alpine skiing and won almost won 67 World Cup races in her overall career.

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86. Lindsey Vonn was rumored to be dating Alexander Ludwig, but before the news could spread, she opened up about her current boyfriend, Kenan Smith.

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87. Lindsey Vonn is dating Kenan Smith, an assistant football coach.

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88. Lindsey Vonn is an American athlete who competes in alpine skiing.

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89. Lindsey Vonn has been the best downhill skiier in eight different seasons, while winning 5 Super G titles and 3 championships in the combined.

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90. Lindsey Vonn has become the face of her sport ever since her big win at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

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91. Lindsey Vonn started learning German when she stayed at her friend and rival Maria Riesch's home in Garmisch, Germany.

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92. Lindsey Vonn has competed alongside with her US Ski Team at various alpine skiing events like the Alpine Ski World Cup and the Winter Olympics.

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93. Lindsey Vonn met Thomas Vonn, a skier, when she was just a teenager.

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94. Lindsey Vonn made headlines in 2012, when it was reported that she was dating American golf superstar Tiger Woods.

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95. On February 5, 2013, Lindsey Vonn endured a horrific crash at the World Championships in Austria.

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96. Lindsey Vonn had high hopes for the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino, Italy, but during a practice run, she had a terrible accident and ended up in the hospital.

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97. In 2005, Lindsey Vonn signed with Red Bull and began working with a new coaching team.

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98. Lindsey Vonn excelled as a junior competitor over the next few years and was named to Team USA for the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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99. Lindsey Vonn trained locally with coach Erich Sailer before moving to Vail, Colorado, in the late 1990s.

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100. Lindsey Vonn has some serious core and leg strength—here's proof.

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101. Lindsey Vonn appeared in the 2010 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition which featured Olympians from the 2010 Winter Games.

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