Lindsey Vonn Attends Harvard Business School Program

Lindsey Vonn Attends Harvard Business School Program

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Lindsey Vonn Attends Harvard Business School Program

Lindey Vonn is participating in Harvard Business School’s “The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports” program along with some other highly decorated athletes. Read this paragraph to get an idea of her classmates accomplishments:

“143 major sports titles, including 5 Olympic medals (of which 3 of the golden variety), 1 Super Bowl, 1 Stanley Cup, 1 Grand Slam, 2 NBA championship rings, 6 UEFA Champions League trophies, and 6 (country and club) FIFA World Cups. Plus another 82 World Cup race victories, 31 all-star teams, 23 all-league accolades, 14 franchise records, 337 UEFA Champions League matches, 403 national caps, 2 Hall of Fame awards, and a Ballon d’Or.”

Lindsey has always been a bit self conscious about choosing her ski career over attending a regular 4 year college but at 33 the champion skier has gone Ivy League.

“I’ve always been self conscious about my level of education because I never went to college and instead turned to my professional skiing career…but now I’m at Harvard Business school learning from one of the greatest professors in the world @anitaelberse. Humbled and thankful for this experience and hoping to use this knowledge for amazing things down the road. Thank you @harvardhbs …Two more days of school left 🙌🏻❤”

Congratulations to Lindsey for the continued education and to Harvard for offering a program for athletes to get a taste of some top quality education that they may have missed out on in pursuit of their goals on the slopes, fields and courts. I wonder if they party after graduation?

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These legends have amassed a staggering 143 major sports titles, including 5 Olympic medals (of which 3 of the golden variety), 1 Super Bowl, 1 Stanley Cup, 1 Grand Slam, 2 NBA championship rings, 6 UEFA Champions League trophies, and 6 (country and club) FIFA World Cups. Plus another 82 World Cup race victories, 31 all-star teams, 23 all-league accolades, 14 franchise records, 337 UEFA Champions League matches, 403 national caps, 2 Hall of Fame awards, and a Ballon d’Or. Oh, and one Dutch elementary-school-level regional championship. I can't believe they let me crash this epic picture. 😉🙌 Seriously, though — what an amazing privilege to be able to teach these athletes as well as the top executives on campus for our “The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports” program. #onlyatHarvard #BEMS #ballers (📷 by the brilliant @kev.wolf)

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