After spending the weekend at the Red Bull Air Race in Las Vegas, Lindsey Vonn is travelling to Europe tomorrow in her highly anticipated comeback to ski racing. However, her comeback may be a bit delayed.
As of now, the women’s world cup win leader is not sure if she will race in the opening event at Soelden in Austria on Saturday but is gearing up for the rest of the season nonetheless. She has not been on snow since fracturing her ankle while training GS at Coronet Peak in New Zealand back on August 13th.
When it happened: Lindsey Vonn Breaks Ankle In New Zealand
In an interview with the Denver Post, Vonn told one reporter, “I’m going to go over there and get on snow and see how I feel and make the decision then.” Currently, Vonn plans to get back on snow on Thursday, giving her only two days of skiing before racing at the world cup level.
She announced her intention to ski in Europe earlier this week on Instagram.
Since her crash, Lindsey has been training hard and keeping everyone up to date on her progress.
Vonn turned 31 on Sunday
You can read the entire Denver Post Article Here: Lindsey Vonn uncertain on racing Saturday’s giant slalom