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Lindsey Vonn sets new alpine skiing World Cup record

Tuesday, January 20 2015 by SNTV
  • Intro:

    Lindsey Vonn set a new record for women's alpine skiing World Cup wins with her 63rd victory in the Super-G at Cortina d'Ampezzo in Italy on Monday (January 19th). Watched by her boyfriend Tiger Woods, who embraced her at the finish line.


    SOUNDBITE Lindsey Vonn: "Ah, it is amazing. I thought yesterday 62 was incredible. But today was... words can't really just describe what I am feeling. My family is here, my boyfriend is here. And I had an amazing race. I skied really well. Definitely on the limit, but 63 feels incredible."

    SOUNDBITE Lindsey Vonn: "Yeah, I definitely felt like the pressure was off today after getting 62 yesterday. I just wanted to go out and have a good run today, and I did. I wasn't nervous, I was relaxed, I was cool. And I think it showed in my skiing."

    SOUNDBITE Lindsey Vonn: "I think, I mean I was a kid. But I think I said I wanted to be the greatest ski-racer ever. And I guess as a adult I didn't really know if that would come true. But it seems like I am getting closer to that point. So I am really proud of what I have done and I am really excited for the future."

    SOUNDBITE Lindsey Vonn: "I was really surprised to see Tiger. You know, he is... he always surprises me and to have have him here at a race, at this race, on a special occasion is... I don't know, I love him a lot and I am really happy he is here."

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