The Anti-Trump liberal feminist Olympian Lindsey Vonn has been injured, and will probably not be competing in the winter Olympics.
Vonn said she wouldn’t go to the White House if she won the Gold Medal because she doesn’t support President Trump. She also said that she isn’t going to represent The President At the Olympics. Apparently, she doesn’t support the United States Of America. She can just go ahead, and move to North Korea then, and see how she likes it there. Karma is a bitch, and she just got it. It’s not good to celebrate people when they get hurt, but this girl is vile. Karma
MORITZ, Switzerland (AP) — Lindsey Vonn finished a World Cup super-G in extreme pain Saturday and was treated by race doctors for a back injury.
The American star crossed the finish line in obvious distress, in 24th place and 1.56 seconds behind the winner, and slumped to the snow. She compressed her back on the fifth gate, according to U.S. Ski & Snowboard.
Vonn stayed in the finished house to be treated, and one hour later limped slowly into a waiting car to be driven from the St. Moritz course.
Minutes earlier, her father Alan Kildow told The Associated Press his daughter was “OK.”
In a race interrupted several times by gusting crosswinds, Vonn wore the No. 4 bib and was left standing at the start gate during the first delay of about three minutes. She stayed warm with a thick jacket draped on her shoulders.
The surprise winner was Jasmine Flury of Switzerland, who had a career-best World Cup finish of fifth before Saturday.
Starting No. 14, Flury raced down in bright sunshine and calm conditions to be one-tenth of a second faster than teammate Michelle Gisin, who wore start bib No. 12.
Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein was third, .16 behind Flury. Weirather won the super-G last Sunday at Lake Louise, Canada, where Flury was seventh.
Mikaela Shiffrin, who won a downhill Saturday, was 20th. Julia Mancuso, racing this weekend for the first time since March 2015, skied out about 15 seconds into her run.
Before getting into her car, Vonn stopped to congratulate Flury standing in the leader’s box.
The hood of Vonn’s U.S. team jacket was up to shield her face from TV cameras tracking her departure.
On the hill where she was injured at the world championships in February, Swiss star Lara Gut crashed into course-side netting after seeming to lose balance in the cross wind.
She appeared unhurt and later said on social media she planned to race Sunday’s super-G.
A super combined — to make up for Friday’s canceled race — has also been scheduled for Sunday, adding a slalom run after the super-G and combining the times, according to NBC Sports’ Steve Porino. NBC
More video of Lindsey Vonn’s injury, with analysis from Steve Porino and Doug Lewis. pic.twitter.com/RCnzZgGiNm
— Nick Zaccardi (@nzaccardi) December 9, 2017