Lindsey Vonn's hard work (of which rehabilitation training was a big part) to get back on track paid off. She has proven herself a winner once again last weekend with a double victory in the World Cup, disciplines super-G and downhill in Zauchensee, Austria. Lindsey won her 36th world cup downhill race and thereby tied with the legendary Austrian Annemarie Moser-Proell’s World Cup downhill victory record. "I'm extremely excited," Vonn told the official FIS website. "You know, two wins in a weekend is amazing, and it's the perfect start to the new year." Lindsey Vonn is the winningest female world cup ski racer in history with 73 wins (the next closest woman has 62). Lindsey is now going for Ingemar Stenmark’s record of 86 World Cup victories to gain the most world cup victories of any ski racer, male or female.
Recovering from a serious knee injury and surgery during the last year, Vonn blows everyone away with her results. With the help of the BLACKROLL® VYPERand very intense rehab training, she was determined to come back stronger than ever.