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Ten years after reaching her first podium at the World Championships at Are, in Sweden, America's Lindsey Vonn captured her seventh medal at a major FIS event, finishing an excellent 3rd in downhill at St.
Moritz only half a second behind Slovenia's Ilka Stuhec.
I almost had it, but I didn't." The World Cup season 2016/2017 is now over, Lindsey summed it up: "It's been a struggle to find consistency and confidence after my last injury but I had some great results and added to my world championship medal collection.
Now it's time to get to work for the Olympics next year! " At the Downhill and Super-G test events for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Korea, Lindsey finished second twice!
"My preparation for this event was pretty short too so I could not race at my best level." A few days ago, she still managed to come in 5th in a combined event only a few tenths of a second shy from the podium."This bronze medal is amazing, it's nearly worth gold," Vonn also told the press. This is the happiest I've ever been to be third in my life. I'm the oldest female medalist ever, and I think that's the best news I've heard all day."A winner in 77 World Cup competitions in the past thirteen years, Lindsey still aims to reach more prestigious goals in her career such as beating the record of 86 wins established in the 1970s and 1980s by Sweden's Skiing Legend Ingemar Stenmark and fight for another Olympic medal next winter in Korea.
I think I have enough of that, so I don't really need anymore.