Vonn re­turns to skis 9 days af­ter in­jur­ing knee in train­ing

The Washington Times Daily - - Sports -

BEAVER CREEK, COLO. | Lind­sey Vonn squeezed in a lit­tle freeski­ing on Thanks­giv­ing morn­ing, a step in the right di­rec­tion for a re­turn to rac­ing af­ter rein­jur­ing her right knee in a train­ing crash.

The reign­ing Olympic down­hill cham­pion posted on her Face­book page Thurs­day: “First day back on snow since my crash and it was awe­some!” She also at­tached a pic­ture of her­self — grin­ning — on an empty slope in Vail.

Al­though she’s skip­ping the races in Beaver Creek this weekend, the 29-year-old Vonn hasn’t ruled out a re­turn to com­pe­ti­tion in Lake Louise, Al­berta, next week.

Vonn had a train­ing mishap in Cop­per Moun­tain nine days ago and par­tially tore a re­con­structed lig­a­ment in her right knee.


Nene is the best big man in a Wizards uni­form in decades. The hope he brings to Wash­ing­ton fans ig­nores the re­al­ity that he is 31, in his 13th NBA sea­son and, be­cause of myr­iad in­juries, hasn’t played a full sea­son since 2009.

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