Lindsey Vonn Passed First Full Training Session

Lindsey Vonn had positive news as she completed her first full slalom training session without an issue on Sunday. Slalom training is harder on the legs and knees so this test is positive for her chances for the Olympics. Here is what Vonn had to say about the session:

“I feel more confident now, Vonn added. “I feel like I’m getting into a more aggressive mindset. That’s what I need. I need to be in the start house and feel confident that I can trust my body and race aggressively. I’m starting to get that feeling back.”

Vonn’s first race is on Wednesday with the Downhill, with training runs for the event scheduled Monday.

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