Lindsey’s comeback in Val d’Isère and Cortina d’Ampezzo

Certainly determined by her Super-G victory in Val d’Isere on December 16, Lindsey is back on track and celebrated her comeback with this great achievement. Unfortunately, she could not start the race on the next day, due to problems with her knees.

After this significant success, Lindsey had built up on physical strength through condition training. She could start in Bad Kleinkirchheim (GER) in the middle of January, however with an unsatisfying final placement.

Back to one of Lindsey’s favorite places to race, the 11- time winner of Cortina d’Ampezzo (ITA) has returned on January 19 and could demonstrate a perfect performance, claiming two podium positions with 2nd and 1st place in Downhill and coming in 6th place in Super-G.

Due to training purposes, Lindsey participated at the Alpine Combined on January 26 and showed another great performance in Lenzerheide (SUI). She led the Super-G with 0,6 seconds and clinched a solid 4th place after the Slalom.

Lindsey is already up to speed with preparations for Garmisch-Partenkirchen (GER), marking the final races before the Olympics. Regeneration, physical therapy and physical fitness training count as her key objectives during the preparations.

The focus is clearly on the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, gaining more strength and confidence with every World Cup race.



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