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Lindsey Vonn Ready For More After World Cup Super-G WinLindsey Vonn won the final super-G of the season on Thursday and with it her 19th crystal globe trophy — equaling the record of Swedish great Ingemar Stenmark.
Vonn Wins 1st World Cup Race In Nearly 2 YearsLindsey Vonn punctuated her piercing scream after crossing the finish line by yelling "Yes!!!" Finally, her surgically repaired right knee was OK. Finally, she could attack a course again.
In Aspen, Austria's Eva-Maria Brem Earns 1st World Cup WinEva-Maria Brem of Austria earned her first World Cup victory Saturday, holding off teammate Kathrin Zettel with a smooth final run in the giant slalom.
Ted Ligety Will Skip Events In Lake LouiseOlympic champion Ted Ligety will skip the World Cup races in Lake Louise, Alberta, this weekend with his left wrist still on the mend.
Satellite Resorts: Skiing Lesser-Known MountainsBig-name ski resorts might give you bragging rights when you go back to the office, but lesser-known mountains can give you something else: less crowded slopes, shorter lift lines and even outlets for Crock Pots.
US Ski Team: Vonn Cleared For Downhill TrainingLindsey 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 get ready for the Sochi Olympics.
Lindsey Vonn Putting Off Knee Surgery In Hope Of ComebackLindsey Vonn is delaying further surgery on her right knee for as long as possible in hopes of skiing at the Sochi Olympics.
Colorado To Host Ski Races Thanksgiving WeekendLindsey Vonn may want to set an earlier date for her return from a knee injury.
Maze May Be Vonn's Biggest Rival For Overall TitleTina Maze has jumped out to a nice lead in the overall World Cup standings heading into the races this weekend in Lake Louise, Alberta. Sure, it's early, but she's emerged as reigning champion Lindsey Vonn's top rival for the crown this season.
Vonn Admitted To Hospital With Undisclosed IllnessLindsey Vonn has been admitted to a hospital in Vail with an undisclosed illness.
Lindsey Vonn Wants To Compete Against MenLindsey Vonn wants to challenge the men's downhill skiers in a World Cup race next month, though her wish still needs the support of the United States team and Alpine skiing's governing body.
Vonn Wins World Cup Super-G In Front Of Home CrowdLindsey Vonn felt a sense of relief and regret right after winning her first World Cup race in the United States.

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