U.S. Star Lindsey Vonn has missed on their Comeback in the Alpine skiing world Cup the desired top-of-the placement clear. In their first world Cup since March 2018 Vonn raced in the downhill in Cortina d’ampezzo on rank 15.

On the surprising winner of the Ramona Siebenhofer of Austria, the 34-Year-olds 1.19 seconds were missing. Second, Ilka Stuhec from Slovenia was in front of Stephanie Venier from Austria. Best German Kira Weidle was in eighth place.

“I’m not sure happy with this placement, but tomorrow is still a Chance,” said Vonn, who will compete on Saturday in the case of a second departure. She was very happy to be back. Due to an injury to her knee, which she had sustained in a training accident, she competed in this Winter is still no Competition.

With currently 82 world Cup Victories Vonn is the most successful woman in the Ski history. The record of Sweden’s Ingemar Stenmark four successes is lacking. Vonn wants to end their career after the race on your favorite track in the canadian Lake Louise at the beginning of the next season.


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