Lindsey Vonn looks to build on US skiing's best-ever Olympics
The US has won six alpine skiing medals in the first four events, the most it has ever won in a single Winter Olympics – and Lindsey Vonn's best event, the super-G, is today.
Vancouver, British Columbia
When NBC went about planning its Winter Olympic coverage, this was what it was hoping for.
The women’s super-G has arrived, and an American woman still has a chance to win a medal in all five alpine skiing events.
That woman, however, is not Lindsey Vonn.
And she is not the only one. Partly atoning for his zero-medal, multi-party performance in Turin, Bode Miller has won a medal in both of the opening events in Whistler.
Still, today is expected to be about Vonn, who has clinched the title of best women’s super-G skier this season with two World Cup races to spare.
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