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- Lindsey Vonn claims 61st World Cup win in Val d'Isere
Val-d'Isère (France) (AFP) - Lindsey Vonn notched up her 61st World Cup win with success in the women's downhill at Val d'Isere on Saturday. The four-time overall World Cup champion claimed her latest race by clocking a time of 1min 44.47 sec to edge Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg and Austria's Elisabeth Goergl, who shared second at 19 hundredths of a second behind the American. This was 30-year-old Vonn's second downhill win of the season after this month's win in Lake Louise, her first victory since a high speed crash in early 2013. It put the girlfriend of 14-time golf major champion Tiger Woods just one win behind the all-time World Cup record of 62 held by Austria's Annemarie Moser-Proell.
- Rondo makes successful debut with Mavericks
Dallas (AFP) - Rajon Rondo tallied six points and nine assists in his Dallas debut as he helped lead the Mavericks to a 99-93 win over the short-handed San Antonio Spurs.
- Alpine Skiing-World Cup Val d'Isere women's downhill results
Dec 20 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the World Cup Val d'Isere Women's Downhill on Saturday 1. Lindsey Vonn (U.S.) 1:44.47 2. Elisabeth Goergl (Austria) 1:44.66 2=. Viktoria Rebensburg (Germany) 1:44.66 4. Lara Gut (Switzerland) 1:44.86 5. Fabienne Suter (Switzerland) 1:44.93 5=. Dominique Gisin (Switzerland) 1:44.93 7. Tina Maze (Slovenia) 1:44.95 8. Marianne Kaufmann-Abderhalden (Switzerland) 1:45.08 9. Daniela Merighetti (Italy) 1:45.15 10. Kajsa Kling (Sweden) 1:45.16 11. Anna Fenninger (Austria) 1:45.20 12. Tina Weirather (Liechtenstein) 1:45.35 13. Larisa Yurkiw (Canada) 1:45.46 14. ...
- Vonn will have to wait until 2015 for record
By Manuele Lang VAL D'ISERE, France (Reuters) - Lindsey Vonn will have to wait until the New Year for a record-equalling women’s World Cup victory after she crashed in a Super-G won by Austria’s Elisabeth Goergl on Sunday. The race in Val d'Isere was the American's first chance of matching the record of 62 wins set by Austrian Annemarie Moser-Proell in 1980. She had dominated Saturday’s downhill on the same course but on Sunday took a turn wide, crashed into a gate and was unable to complete her last race of 2014. "Yesterday was a great day, but a very long day," she said. ...
- Muhammad Ali hospitalized with pneumonia