Americans get first medal with super-G bronze

3rd February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK — While it wasn’t the race that everyone hoped for, the women’s super-G got the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships rolling for the Americans with a medal on the board.Lindsey Vonn took the bronze, trailing closely behind second-place Tina Maze and winner Anna Fenninger. Teammate Julia Mancuso came in ninth, 1.65 seconds behind the winner, and Americans Stacey Cook and Laurenne Ross had respectable finishes coming in 13th and 15th, respectively.Vonn told reporters she was “very happy with a bronze,” but expressed some regret about a slow start and high headwinds at the top part of the …

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