The latest on Lindsey Vonn’s injury, surgery, return to World Cup and Winter Olympics

Vonn MugHere’s the latest news on Lindsey Vonn in the wake of her season-ending crash in the Super G at the World Championships and subsequent rehab.

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Most recently: 

  • The Daily Mail reported that Lindsey Vonn stayed with Tiger Woods on his yacht Privacy while the golfer was playing (and winning) the WGC-Cadillac Championship on March 10 in Florida.  Read more.

Previous headlines:

  • A former ski champion interviewed by the Denver Post said Vonn was injured precisely because she was being aggressive. More.
  • Everyone is wondering if Vonn can heal fast enough to be ready for the Winter Olympics. Read one doctor’s opinion.
  • Did Lindsey catch a ride home on Tiger Woods’ jet? See for yourself.
  • Vonn had successful surgery in Vail on Feb. 10. The four-time world champ posted a post-op photo and also posted an Instagram photo of herself exercising. Want to see what Lindsey’s injured knee looks like? She posted a photo.
  • Lindsey’s sister, Laura Kildow, is blogging about Lindsey’s recovery. Read about the race-day accident here.
  • Tune in to Today on Monday, Feb. 25, when Lindsey gives her first interview since the crash.
  • Lindsey told reporters on Feb. 22, in her first availability since the crash, that in some ways the injury makes her an “underdog.” Read the story in the Denver Post.
  • Lindsey told reporters on Feb. 22 that the Super G course was unsafe and the race should have been postponed and that the injury makes her an “underdog.” Read the story in the Denver Post.
  • On Feb. 25 Lindsey told Matt Lauer of Today that she never thought her career would be ended by the injury. Watch the video.

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