Lindsey Vonn Wins Bronze in Tearful Olympic Downhill Finale
Wednesday, 21 February 2018 Lindsey Vonn knew that the bronze medal she earned Wednesday came in her final Olympic downhill, the signature event of her singular career. She knew that, but she didn't have an easy time processing it.
Lindsey Vonn gave everything she had as she competed in the women’s alpine downhill final at the Winter Olympics — earning her a medal for the first time in eight years. Thirty three year old Vonn broke down in tears as she won a bronze medal following the race. “It’s so rewarding. Of course...
Fresh off winning a bronze medal at the Winter Olympics, Minnesota skier Lindsey Vonn stopped by the Late Late Show Wednesday night. (1:15) WCCO This Morning – March 8, 2018 Source: CBS 4 WCCO Minnesota -
Norway topped the 2018 Winter Olympics final medal count, with a total of 39 awards, while athletes from 21 other European countries made it onto the record table with at least one gold, silver or.. Source: Euronews English -
On Friday, Germany stunned defending champions Canada 4-3 to reach the men's Olympic ice hockey final for the first time. The German team held onto a 3-0 lead, and held out till very end, despite a.. Source: Wochit News -
It was a changing of the guard for the U.S. ski team as Lindsey Vonn raced for the final time in the Olympics. It marked the only time she raced against Mikaela Shiffrin, who won silver. Source: Wochit News -