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Vonn's Downhill Finale?

Lindsey Vonn finishes third in the downhill, and it's the end of the snow as we know it

The 33-year-old Vonn raced to downhill bronze in her final Olympics to become the oldest female Alpine skiing medalist in Olympics history. She also is just the third American with three Olympic Alpine skiing medals.

Vonn's bronze medal feels like gold

Wayne Drehs shares how Alpine skier Lindsey Vonn reacted to winning a bronze medal in likely her final Olympic downhill race.

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Lindsey Vonn

Broken bones? Torn knees? Whatever. U.S. skier Lindsey Vonn is fearless.

A confident Lindsey Vonn enters the Pyeongchang Olympics as the most decorated woman skier in history. Still, there's something more at play for her, and it definitely won't come easy.

Lindsey Vonn's spaniel, Lucy, is often best in show wherever the duo travel

Being on the road all the time can get lonely for athletes, but Lindsey Vonn has found a way to combat the loneliness, and her name is Lucy.

Women's Super-G

'OK, now this is weird' -- Ester Ledecka hits gold, Lindsey Vonn hits rough patch

Lindsey Vonn's slipup on one of the course's final turns turned out to be the exact margin by which Ester Ledecka won the gold medal in the women's super-G.

Vonn struggles late, fails to medal in super-G

Lindsey Vonn's debut run at the Pyeongchang Olympics will not end with a medal, as a wide turn late cost her valuable time in the women's super-G on Saturday and she finished tied for sixth.

No medal for Vonn in women's super-G

ESPN's Julie Foudy and Wayne Drehs discuss the women's super-G and the surprising gold-medal winner that no one expected.

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Men's Downhill

Old man and the snow: Aksel Lund Svindal wins gold in the downhill

Svindal became the first Norwegian to win a gold in the downhill, and is now the oldest man to win a gold in Olympic alpine history. It was a great day for Svinda and the "Attacking Vikings."

Svindal makes history with downhill triumph

In the men's downhill, 35-year-old Norwegian Aksel Lund Svindal was followed by teammate Kjetil Jansrud and Beat Feuz of Switzerland.

Shiffrin Triumphs in GS

Mikaela Shiffrin carries aura of inevitability all the way to GS gold

Even one of her rivals was predicting Mikaela Shiffrin would win gold in the GS, and Shiffrin showed exactly why with a dominant performance that whets the appetite for an eventual downhill showdown with Lindsey Vonn.

Foudy impressed by Shiffrin's mental toughness

Julie Foudy breaks down Mikaela Shiffrin's one-of-a-kind pre-race routine that helped propel the Team USA skier to Olympic gold in Pyeongchang.

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Shiffrin's mother: Mikaela to skip super-G

Shortly after Mikaela Shiffrin took gold in Thursday's giant slalom, her mother and coach, Eileen Shiffrin, said the compressed schedule will force her daughter to skip Saturday's super-G race.

Foudy's Take

Shiffrin has healthy dose of fear of mountain

Olympic gold medal alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin tells Julie Foudy how she considers the risks of her sport every time she gets set in the start gate, and then finds a way to overcome the fear.

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Lindsey Vonn

Winter Olympians praise Vonn's legacy

U.S. Olympians describe the excellence and prestige of skier Lindsey Vonn.

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Medal Tracker

Overall Medal Leaders

  • 39
    NOR
  • 31
    GER
  • 29
    CAN

Individual Medal Leaders

Gold
NOR 14
GER 14
CAN 11
Silver
NOR 14
GER 10
CAN 8
Bronze
NOR 11
CAN 10
ROC 9

Overall Medal Leaders

  • 5
    Bjørgen
    Bjørgen
  • 4
    Kalla
    Kalla
  • 4
    Nilsson
    Nilsson

Individual Medal Leaders

Gold
Klæbo 3
Fourcade 3
Bjørgen 2
Silver
Kalla 3
Bolshunov 3
Nilsson 2
Bronze
Bjørgen 2
Johansson 2
Bescond 2

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