Fifteen months ago, at the corner of the couch wrapped in an elephant by her, Colorado, home, Lindsey Vonn 2019 said she did not just want to get a World Cup record by a man or a woman – she needed it. This was her definition of greatness, the tangible evidence that I thought she had to prove to others – and perhaps even to herself – that she was the best at all.
The conversation turned to the length of the Lindsey Vonn 2019 race; the World Cup career record was at hand.
“Not too long,” Vaughn insisted. “This record is not a hill to die for me.”
On Friday, after another serious knee injury, she brought her back again, Lindsey Vonn 2019, announced her retirement from skiing.
“My body screaming at me to stop, the time has come to listen,” iPhone reported on its account in Instagram. She added that she will participate twice in the World Championships next week in Ace, Sweden, but these events will be another of her career and as new of Lindsey Vonn 2019.
The injuries forced her to lose part of the six World Cup seasons as well as the Sochi 2014 Olympics. Over the years, she broke her humerus, broke her ankles and cut a tendon in her hand. There were surgically repaired knee caps, broken legs, torn cartilage, a halter, and ligaments in both knees. Shakes.