Lindsey Vonn, Bio.
Born: 18th October 1984
Home: St Paul, Minnesota
As the most successful female American skier ever, Lindsey Vonn is certainly no stranger to success.
In 2002, Oakley star Vonn (then known as Lindsey Kildow) sent shock waves through the world of skiing when she finished 6th in the combined event at the 2002 Winter Olympics, finishing higher than any other American woman.
Vonn became the first American skier to seal victory in three ski disciplines in 2009/10, taking victory in the Downhill, Super-G and Super Combined events. Perhaps her most defining moment came in the 2010 Winter Olympics, when Vonn put her disappointment in the 2006 Turin Games behind her to win gold in the Downhill and bronze in the Super-G events.
Since that 2002 triumph, Vonn has stormed to title after title, completely dominating women's skiing, and her domination doesn't look like ending any time soon.
No matter what speed she's travelling at, Lindsey Vonn's signature Oakley A-Frame goggles always bring here an accurate view of what's coming up ahead...
2012 1st (overall) FIS Ski World Cup (Downhill, Super-Combined)
2011 1st (overall) FIS Ski World Cup
2010 3rd Winter Olympics, Vancouver (Super-G)
2010 1st Winter Olympics, Vancouver (Downhill)
2010 1st (overall) FIS Ski World Cup
2009 1st (overall) FIS Ski World Cup (Downhill, Super-Combined)
2008 1st (overall) FIS World Cup
2007 2nd FIS World Championships (Super-G)
2007 2nd FIS World Championships (Downhill)
2006 1st FIS World Cup (Downhill)
2005 3rd FIS World Cup (Super-G)
2003 2nd , FIS Ski Junior World Championships, (Downhill)
2002 6th (overall), Winter Olympics, Salt Lake, Utah
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