Lindsey Vonn just wanted to win. Win every time she put on skis. Win more than any other female ski racer before her. Win no matter how much she hurt or how much the eventual cost would be to her body. That might be why Vonn was so perplexed the other day when heir apparent Mikaela Shiffrin — who grew up wanting to be another Vonn and may one day surpass her as the greatest female skier ever — decided against trying to win five medals at the world championships in Sweden. “I’m a racer and I want to race in every single race that I possibly can,” said Vonn, who first started skiing at Buck Hill in Burnsville. “So I don’t personally understand it.” Shinichiro Tanaka, Associated Press United States’ Lindsey Vonn speeds down the course during the women’s downhill race, at the alpine ski World Championships in Are, Sweden, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019. There’s no way Vonn could understand. She knew only one way, and that was to go as fast as she can before she could go no more. That time came Sunday, and there was no way Vonn was going home without a medal. It was… Read full this story
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