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Lindsey Vonn‘s comeback took a hit Tuesday when she crashed during a downhill training run at Copper Mountain in Colorado. She injured her knee as a result of the spill, according to, though it was not specified whether it was the same knee that she injured in February’s world championships. The two-time Olympic medalist was taken down the mountain on a sled and transported to a local hospital for evaluation, U.S. Ski Team spokesman Tom Kelly told The Associated Press. “We have no reason to believe it’s anything significant right now,” Kelly told the AP. Vonn has competed in each of the last three Winter Olympiads, winning bronze in Super-G and gold in downhill at the 2010 Games in Vancouver. She was expected to make her return to competitive racing Thanksgiving weekend at Beaver Creek. @SkiRacingMag Lindsey Vonn after her crash this morning at Copper— Maris (@Maris_Claire) November 19, 2013Filed under: Headlines, NESN Staff, Olympics

Street: Vonn's injury will send shockwaves through skiing world

We're still 79 days away from the start of the Olympic Games in Sochi. But at least in the world of alpine skiing, the game has officially changed. The news Wednesday that Lindsey Vonn had reinjured her surgically repaired right knee in a training crash earlier in the week, suffering a partial tear of her reconstructed ACL along with facial lacerations and contusions all over...

Lindsey Vonn reportedly injured in training run

Four-time World Cup champion Lindsey Vonn was injured in a training crash at Copper Mountain Tuesday morning, according to Ski Racing magazine's website. The Olympic downhill champ had just returned to training after rehabbing from surgery to repair two ligaments in her right knee torn in a crash at Schladming, Austria, in February. Initial, unconfirmed reports Tuesday said...

Vonn to skip Beaver Creek competition, hopes to return in Alberta

Lindsey Vonn will skip the World Cup competition next week in Beaver Creek, Colo., as she recovers from a downhill training crash in which she partially tore one of the reconstructed ligaments in her surgically repaired right knee. Vonn will continue to go through therapy on her knee and is not ruling out competing in Lake Louise, Alberta, the following week, her personal publicist...

Lindsey Vonn has partially-torn ACL; Olympics now in doubt

Lindsey Vonn was in the middle of a remarkable comeback from a terrible knee injury she suffered nine months ago and looked to be headed for a return for the Winter Olympics in February. But on Tuesday she crashed during a practice run in Copper Mountain, Colorado and as a result she partially tore the surgically-repaired ACL in her right knee. Vonn tore her her ACL and MCL after...

Lindsey Vonn partially tears right knee ligament

Lindsey Vonn's publicist says the reigning Olympic downhill champion partially tore a ligament in her surgically repaired right knee during a training crash less than three months before the Sochi Games.

Lindsey Vonn Injured

DENVER — Lindsey Vonn, the reigning Olympic downhill champion, crashed Tuesday in Copper Mountain, Colorado. The crash comes while Vonn planned a comeback to racing following major knee surgery. According to U.S. Ski Team spokesperson Tom Kelly, Vonn was taken down the hill by sled as protocol and precaution, but did not know if she […]

Lindsey Vonn reinjures ACL; likely out for Sochi 2014

Lindsey Vonn suffered another ACL injury yesterday in a training crash. And yes it’s the same right knee, her publicist confirmed to NBC Sports. Lindsey Vonn first blew out the knee in February. Lindsey Vonn re-injured her ACL on a training slope in Colorado. According to her publicist Lewis Kay, she has a mild knee strain, partially torn ACL, minor facial abrasions and scapular...

Vonn crashes while prepping for return to racing

Reigning Olympic downhill champion Lindsey Vonn has crashed while training ahead of her return to racing following major knee surgery. U.S. Ski Team spokesman Tom Kelly said Tuesday that Vonn is being evaluated at a hospital after being taken off the slope at Copper Mountain, Colo., on a sled, which is standard procedure. Kelly said he is not sure whether Vonn hurt her surgically...

Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn Went Skiing

Four-time Olympic skier Sarah Schleper posted a picture of Lindsey Vonn waiting for a ski lift at Breckenridge on Wednesday. Though it’s hard to tell who else is in the picture, Schleper’s tweet suggested Vonn wasn’t going to top of the mountain alone. [Continue Reading] This sent the social media world off. Everyone was Tweeting about Tiger hitting the slopes. As an aside...

Lindsey Vonn reportedly injured in crash while training for Olympics

American skier Lindsey Vonn was reportedly injured while training in Colorado. Vonn crashed while on a run down Copper Mountain.

Tiger and Lindsey join Mile High crowd at Chiefs-Broncos game

Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn joined the crowd at Mile High on Sunday night. The sports world's most famous couple was spotted on the Denver Broncos' sideline at Sports Authority Field before the game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Before the AFC West rivals kicked off on "Sunday Night Football," Vonn and Woods could be seen chatting with John Elway at the big ticket...

Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn Spotted in Denver at Chiefs-Broncos Sunday Night Game (Photo)

Peyton Manning may not be the most famous athlete on the sidelines at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Tiger Woods and his girlfriend, Lindsey Vonn, were spotted on the Broncos’ sideline in Denver to take in Sunday night’s game against the Chiefs. Neither athlete is wearing any team gear, so it’s not clear if they’re fans of the home team or not. Woods took in the...

Lindsey Vonn injured in training run

On verge of return to competition, Lindsey Vonn hurt in training accident.

Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn were on the sidelines at the Denver Broncos game

When Lindsey Vonn and Colorado are mentioned in the same sentence, one would probably start thinking about a thick blanket of snow in the Rocky Mountains.  When Tiger Woods and […]
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