Lindsey Vonn In Tearful Post-Race Interview: "I Wish I Could Keep Going...My Body Probably Can't Take Another Four Years"

Lindsey Vonn claimed bronze in what we’ll assume is her final time contesting the Olympic downhill, and spoke with NBC about her comeback after missing Sochi and how she’ll look back on her career. It’s intense, at times, as Vonn confronts the probable end of her career.

Lindsey Vonn Is Going For Broke In Her Last Olympics

Lindsey Vonn is the most decorated female skier in history, and the most decorated skier, man or woman, in U.S. history. She’s also the athlete whose motto is “If you fall, pick yourself back up.” And with good reason. It isn’t just that she’s fallen, a lot. It’s that each time she picks herself back up, she doesn’t…

Lindsey Vonn: "I Hope To Represent The People Of The United States, Not The President"

American skier Lindsey Vonn, who’s returning to the Olympics next year for the first time since 2010, says that she wouldn’t accept an invitation to the White House after the 2018 Games in Pyeongchang if she were invited. In an interview with CNN, Vonn said that she wants to “represent the people of the United…

Lindsey Vonn Jokes on ESPYs Red Carpet That She Masturbated J.J. Watt Back To Health

Tonight on the ESPYs red carpet, Hannah Storm was set to interview J.J. Watt alongside Lindsey Vonn. Storm’s first question was to ask Watt how he was able to play up to his historic standard last season despite suffering a handful of injuries. “I have a very good training staff and great teammates,” he droned.…

Lindsey Vonn Was Airlifted From The Slope At The World Championships After This Brutal Crash (UPDATE)

Lindsey Vonn, the 28-year-old American skier and Olympic gold medalist, was airlifted from the slope at the World Championships in Austria this morning after a hideous, sudden crash in the Super-G. Her injuries are still unclear, though the AP reports that it appeared to be her right knee. If fellow skier Tina…

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