‘Adding another great memory’: ski champion Lindsey Vonn has already received an unusual award for her 61st World Cup victory

Lindsey Vonn, the alpine skiing superstar, was exceptionally pleased with her 61st World Cup victory in Val d’Isere in 2014. She also remembers receiving a similar award in 2009.

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Vonn comes from a family of competitive skiers. His skiing abilities were so promising that his family was willing to do anything to help him climb the peaks. Lindsey started skiing at the age of three and competed internationally at the age of nine. Vonn’s strength, aggression and passion for the sport has earned him a World Cup record 82 wins and four Olympic medals.

Lindsey Vonn named her prize, Winnie

It was a pretty wild rideVonn said after winning the World Cup in Val d’Isere, France, in 2014. As a prize, she received a calf in the downhill race. “I’m getting a little baby cow, one month old,” she said delighted with the award and named it “Winnie”.

Vonn is well known for taking every competition very seriously. Despite a few mistakes, she charged aggressively and ran without looking back. She cherished her memories of Val d’Isère and remembered her first victory there in 2009. She had obtained a cow, which she named “Olympe”.

Vonn and his love of animals

Lindsey loves animals as much as she loves skiing. Lindsey Vonn occasionally flaunts her pawmily of Lucy, Leo and Bear Vonn on Instagram. They can be seen accompanying Vonn in all activities, including hobbies, napping, travelling, working out, and swimming, to name a few.

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She proudly displayed her love of animals by having Lucy Vonn, her canine friend, co-host of her reality show, “The Pack.” Vonn’s love for animals is not limited to her four-legged friends. She clearly enjoys all forms of animal life, as evidenced by her articles on wildlife photography and scuba diving. Horseback riding is exciting for her. Additionally, through her foundation, she has recently made efforts to rehabilitate horses. So, it’s obvious that Vonn’s face lights up when she’s around her animal friends.

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Lindsey Vonn is currently promoting her first book, “Rise: My Story”, active as a businesswoman while helping other female skiers achieve their dreams.

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