Europeans enjoying anonymity at Worlds

6th February, 2015 by

By Chris Freud

BEAVER CREEK – Unless you’re Lindsey Vonn, recognized wherever you go in Vail and Beaver Creek, being a professional ski racer for the sport’s biggest event is a fairly relaxing affair in the United States.In the midst of at least 10,000 people in attendance at the women’s FIS Alpine World Ski Championship downhill race on Friday, somehow even Vonn managed to walk the entire way down the slope to the buses after the race, unnoticed by everybody except for one lone girl chasing after her with a camera. After the men’s training later in the afternoon, Norwegian superstar Aksel Lund …

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