It was her fourth podium finish of this season and her 130th podium in total!Lindsey has battled a cold all week, so she was very happy with this result. I am really happy to be second, coming back from this injury ...The US veteran who competed in her tenth medal event since the 2002 Olympics at Salt Lake City, managed to capture at least a medal since Are 2007 in FIS competitions except four years ago at Schladming, where she suffered a devastating knee injury after a terrible crash while racing in Super-G.
Moritz only half a second behind Slovenia's Ilka Stuhec.
I think I have enough of that, so I don't really need anymore.
I know where I can make up the time, and I think it definitely bodes well for next year.""I'm still looking to improve my level of confidence in order to take more risks on race day.
"It's difficult to take all risks when you are not totally sure of yourself," added the quadruple overall World Cup champion who returned to competition only a month ago in Austria. I know I can ski better, but I think considering my preparation and my hand, my arm, I think today feels like a gold medal.
"My preparation for this event was pretty short too so I could not race at my best level." A few days ago, she still managed to come in 5th in a combined event only a few tenths of a second shy from the podium."This bronze medal is amazing, it's nearly worth gold," Vonn also told the press. This is the happiest I've ever been to be third in my life. I'm the oldest female medalist ever, and I think that's the best news I've heard all day."A winner in 77 World Cup competitions in the past thirteen years, Lindsey still aims to reach more prestigious goals in her career such as beating the record of 86 wins established in the 1970s and 1980s by Sweden's Skiing Legend Ingemar Stenmark and fight for another Olympic medal next winter in Korea.