The American skiing star was treated for a back injury after completing her World Cup Super-G race in St. Moritz, Switzerland on Saturday.
Vonn managed to finish her run one second behind the race leader, but she was in obvious pain and dropped to the ground immediately afterward. The 33-year-old walked the few metres to the auto with great difficulty.
On "Fox & Friends Weekend" this morning, fellow Olympic gold medalist Mike Eruzione said Vonn has the right to make her own decisions, but he disagrees and believes it's important to respect the presidency. She was able to walk away after being disentangled by course officials.
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Berchiche débute logiquement en défense en l'absence de Kurzawa aux côtés de Kimpembe, Marquinhos et Alves. C'est tout naturellement que Berchiche et Kimpembe les remplacent et soient titulaires.
Gut, recently recovered from a serious knee injury, lost her balance high on the course, fell and flew into the safety netting.
Gut, the overall World Cup victor in 2016 and bronze medallist in the downhill at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, tore an anterior cruciate ligament in her knee at the same venue at the world championships in February.
Switzerland's Jasmine Flury, who had never previously finished on the podium in a World Cup race, was a surprise victor, starting from 14th, in 1:02.59. "The snow conditions were so good, you just have to go, go, go".
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