After such a big win, Mikaela Shiffrin was at a complete loss. Her quandary? How to celebrate.
Lindsey Vonn traded in her ski boots for dancing shoes as she attended a party Thursday night where the guest of honor was none other than herself.
A preview of the women’s giant slalom race on Thursday.
Lindsey Vonn smiled and waved to the hometown crowd after finishing a run that didn’t count. Out of view, she broke into tears.
Two races, one medal for Lindsey Vonn. Not gold, either, but bronze. This wasn’t exactly the start the skier from nearby Vail was hoping for at the world championships in front of a home crowd.
Tina Maze of Slovenia captured the women’s downhill gold medal at the world championships Friday ahead of prerace favorite Lindsey Vonn, who struggled on her home course.
Lindsey Vonn, the favorite in a race so close to her hometown, momentarily had the lead in the World Alpine Ski Championships, but finished in third place.
Lindsey Vonn is treating the world championships in her hometown almost like her Olympics. You know, the ones she missed last February because of a knee that required two surgeries.
At 31 and with knees that feel much older, Nicole Hosp figured her days of winning slalom races were long behind her. Especially with this new wave of youngsters on the slopes, led by the likes of American Mikaela Shiffrin.
American Mikaela Shiffrin is leading after the first run of a slalom Sunday, chasing her first World Cup victory in her home country.