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Lindsey Vonn Went Big And Now She's Going Home A Legend
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11 Feb 2019 03:49 PM EST

Watching Lindsey Vonn at the end of Sunday’s downhill race in Are, Sweden, her smile was dazzling, her arms spread into a victory V, she bowed half-humorously to the cheering crowd. It’s been a while since we’ve seen Vonn smile this big in the finish area. That thought was followed by another, bittersweet one: It’ll be the last time, too. Vonn had every reason to celebrate. Her run not only put her in the lead, but, for a while, kept her there. For a few minutes, it seemed like all of the fates were aligning to give Vonn a final victory in the final race of her career. In the end, a victory wasn’t meant to be but for Vonn and her fans, it was still a fairytale ending.

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