Vonn leads combined event, day after fracturing left knee

28th February, 2016 by

By Staff Reports

SOLDEU-EL TARTER, Andorra — Lindsey Vonn posted the fastest time in the first run of a women’s World Cup Alpine combined event, one day after fracturing her left knee in a super-G crash. Wearing braces on both knees, the American timed 57.04 seconds in the super-G run on the Aliga course to lead American teammate Laurenne Ross and Sweden’s Kajsa Kling, who both came 0.26 behind. Ilka Stuhec of Slovenia was 0.41 back in fourth, while Lara Gut of Switzerland was fifth and had 0.43 to make up in the slalom run later Sunday. Vonn leads Gut by eight points …

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