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“It’s because, in my final season, I would like to race against the men in one race.” Vonn also said in the “60 Minutes” interview that she still takes medication for depression. “I don’t want to get out of bed.” But she has plenty of motivation to rehab the most painful injury of her career to get back to racing later this season. “Skiing is what makes me happy, and when I don’t ski, I have a hard time just being happy. “I would prefer that people know me as being a skier, as being a very successful skier,” Vonn said.
“Sometimes I feel like that line gets blurred, and I’m known for what I do outside of skiing.” Such as dating Tiger Woods.
Vonn’s greatest success has come at Lake Louise, with 18 victories in 41 downhill and super-G starts dating to 2001.
Vonn said in the spring that she would postpone retirement by one year and compete in the 2018-19 season if it meant being able to race the men.The federation said then “that one gender is not entitled to participate in races of the other.” It doesn’t look like the federation’s stance has changed.“You can set up a day where a female racer can compete against men racers, just as a show, but it has nothing to do with competition,” FIS women’s race director Atle Skaardal said, according to the .“I think I’ve won enough World Cups where I should have enough respect within the industry to be able to have that opportunity.” Vonn’s idea is to race in Lake Louise, Canada, an annual late fall stop on both the men’s and women’s World Cup schedules.The men generally race in Lake Louise one week before the women do.