Lindsey Vonn Net Worth
Lindsey Vonn's Net Worth is 3 million
Kildow burst onto the worldwide skiing scene in 1999 at age 14 when she won the slalom race at Italy’s Trofeo Topolino rivalry for skiers matured 11– 14, turning into the principal American female to catch the occasion.
She skied in the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah, dashing in Alpine joined and slalom, yet she oversaw just a 6th place complete in consolidated. She won a silver award in downhill at the 2003 Fédération Internationale de Ski (FIS) junior world ski titles and again took silver in downhill one year later at the U.S. titles.
Kildow was a decoration most loved going into the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin, Italy, yet she slammed amid a declining preparing run and was carried to a doctor’s facility. Kildow, who said at the time that she thought she had crushed her spirit and that her vocation was finished, returned and inside two days was contending regardless of the damage. She didn’t win an award, however, her fearless indicating earned her the U.S. Olympic Spirit Award. Kildow recuperated so as to win silver decorations in downhill and supergiant slalom (super-G) at the 2007 big showdowns, yet she somewhat tore the foremost cruciate tendon in her correct knee in a crash amid an instructional meeting to put an early end to her season. Soon thereafter she wedded American skier Thomas Vonn. (The couple separated in 2013.)
Lindsey Vonn bounced back from damage again and had the greatest year of her profession amid the 2007– 08 skiing season. She earned six World Cup triumphs to complete the season with 1,403 focuses, more than 200 focuses in front of her closest rival and caught her first general World Cup title. At the season’s penultimate rivalry, Vonn won her tenth profession World Cup downhill race to break the American record set by Picabo Street and Daron Rahlves. By then she had officially secured the World Cup downhill title, the primary American lady to do as such since Street in 1996. Her energy proceeded into the following year, as she won gold awards in the declining and supergiant slalom at the 2009 big showdowns, the World Cup supergiant slalom title, and her second World Cup downhill and general titles.
At the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Vonn won a gold award in the declining and a bronze in the super-G. She took after her Olympic adventures with a third back to back World Cup general title in March 2010. What’s more, she caught downhill, super-G, and consolidated World Cup titles in the 2009– 10 season, which brought her profession aggregate to 33 titles and broke Bode Miller’s U.S. record. In the 2010– 11 season, Vonn rehashed as World Cup champion in each of the three controls she won the past season. She won the main goliath slalom race of the 2011– 12 season to end up noticeably the fifth female skier to win a race in each of the five World Cup Alpine orders. Later that season she caught her fourth general World Cup title.
In January 2013 Vonn slammed amid a super-G keep running at the Alpine big showdowns and tore two tendons in her knee, finishing her 2012– 13 season. (All things considered, she figured out how to amass enough indicates amid the season win her 6th straight downhill World Cup title five weeks after the fact.) An ease back recuperation constrained her to pull back from the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics quickly before they were booked to start. She came back to hustling in December 2014 and after one month won her 63rd vocation World Cup race to break the record for most unsurpassed World Cup triumphs for a female skier. She caught World Cup season titles in downhill and super-G that year and completed third by and large in the World Cup standings. Vonn at that point took the super-G bronze award in the 2015 big showdowns. In March 2016, not long after winning her twentieth vocation World Cup title (in the declining discipline), she cracked her leg and pulled back from the rest of the 2015– 16 season. Vonn returned in January 2017 and in the next month won a declining bronze award at the big showdowns, getting to be (at age 32) the most established lady to decoration ever.
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Lindsey Vonn Biography
Lindsey Caroline Vonn Kildow conceived October 18, 1984, in Saint Paul, Minnesota, U.S.
American Alpine skier who won four ladies’ World Cup general titles (2008– 10 and 2012) and is the record-breaking pioneer in World Cup race triumphs.