Skiing Career Highlights
Lindsey Vonn  (Kildow)   USA Born 1984 in St Paul, Minnesota, Vonn has become the dominant skier over the last few seasons and lays claim to the title of greatest ever. Double Overall and Downhill World Cup titles in 2008 and 2009 and also the Super G crown in 2009. A downhill skier who has developed in other disciplines to become the complete all-rounder. In 2010 she continued her domination of Downhill in the World Cup and claimed Olympic gold at Vancouver. Three more World Cup titles came her way in 2011. 2012 saw her regain her overall World Cup title, secure her fifth consecutive  downhill  and  fourth Super G crowns. Another successful season was abruptly curtailed by a serious knee injury sustained at the 2013 World Championships. After a long period of rehab she began the 2015 season  determined to surpass Annemarie Proell's total of World Cup wins. With 7 wins in the season  she became the greatest women World Cup skier with 67 total victories and gained her 7th downhill and 5th Super G World Cup titles. By the end of 2016 she has amassed 76 World Cup wins and another Downhill crown. After another injury hit season in 2017 she returned she successfully returned to the World Cup circuit in 2018 raising her all time record to a staggering 82 victories (20 more than runner-up Annemarie Proell).
 

Major Victories

2006:
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Val d'Izere
Downhill - Kvitfjell
2007:
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Val d'Izere
Super G - San Sicario
2008:
World Cup - Overall
World Cup - Downhill
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Sankt Anton
Downhill - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Downhill - Sestriere
Downhill - Crans Montana
2009:
World Cup - Overall
World Cup - Downhill
World Cup - Super G
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Aare
Super G - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Super G - Tarvisio
Super G - Bankso
Super G - Aare
Slalom - Levi
Slalom - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
2010:
Olympics: Downhill
World Cup - Overall
World Cup - Downhill
World Cup - Super G
World Cup - Super Combined

Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Haus Im Ennstal
Downhill - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Downhill - Crans Montana
Super G - Haus Im Ennstal
Super G - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Super G - St. Moritz
Super G - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
2011:
World Cup - Downhill
World Cup - Super G
World Cup - Super Combined
Downhill - Val d'Izere
Downhill - Altenmarkt
Downhill - Aare
Super G - Lake Louise
Super G - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Super G - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Super G - Tarvisio
2012:
World Cup - Overall
World Cup - Downhill
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - St. Moritz
Downhill - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Downhill - Schladming
Super G - Lake Louise
Super G - Beaver Creek
Super G - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Super G - Bankso
Giant Slalom - Soelden
2013:
World Cup - Downhill

Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Super G - Lake Louise
Super G - St. Moritz
Giant Slalom - Maribor
2014:
2015:
World Cup - Downhill
World Cup - Super G

Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Val d'Isere
Downhill - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Downhill - Meribel
Super G - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Super G - St. Moritz
Super G - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Super G - Meribel
2016:
World Cup: Downhill
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Lake Louise
Downhill - Altenmarkt
Downhill - Cortina d'Ampezzzo
Super G - Lake Louise
Super G - Altenmarkt
Super G - Cortina d'Ampezzo
Giant Slalom - Aare
2017:
Downhill - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
2018:
Downhill - Cortina D'Ampezzo
Downhill - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Downhill - Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Downhill - Aare
Super G - Val D'Isere