A ‘Super G’ indeed she is. Oakley Ski Star and Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonn mashed her way to victory at the Super G in Cortina, Italy today. O’s speedster came off the line in the 20th position, but led at every split and crossed the finish line with a time of one minute, 11.66 seconds to beat second-place finisher Anja Paerson of Sweden by 0.43 seconds. The triumph tallied her 38th win, fifth victory of the season and second in a Super G. Lindsey also climbed 71 points closer to overall World Cup leader Maria Riesch of Germany (finished ninth), who currently owns a 1052 to 927 advantage.
You can make that four. Oakley Ski Star and Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonn smashed the downhill Kaelberlock course in Altenmarkt-Zauchensee, Austria this past Saturday in 1 minute, 46.39 seconds – claiming her fourth victory of the season and pushing to within four victories Anja Paerson’s 41 World Cup title record. O’s speedster veered off course in a sharp right turn but recovered to nab her 20th career downhill title and 37th overall triumph.