Stormy weather keeps Vonn’s outlook sunny

So much for worries about snow conditions at the Olympics and so much for another day of training runs for Lindsey Vonn, who gladly accepted another cancellation of an Olympic downhill training session on Friday. The perfect scenario? It might be another cancellation on Saturday: find out why.

PREVIOUSLY: Good news for Lindsey Vonn: Thursday’s first women’s Olympic downhill training session was canceled  due to bad weather at the course in Whistler, B.C., a development that her husband, Tom, called “fantastic” since it gives her injured shin more time to heal. Read more.  Even before this news, a Washington Post story suggested she still might ski all the events she previously planned to at the Vancouver Olympics.

PREVIOUSLY: Lindsey Vonn is injured, now? Before the Winter Olympics she was supposed to dominate?

Say it ain’t so. Too late: the American alpine superstar told Matt Lauer on the Today show this morning that she sustained an injury last week in Austria while doing some slalom training. In fact, the winner of four out of five downhill races on the World Cup circuit so far this season says she hasn’t even skied since the injury. Read more.


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