21.03.2012 [Boston Herald] - Then there's the legion of ladies — Katy Perry, LindseyVonn, Taylor Swift — who have made a play for the Broncos' playmaker. ABC wanted Tim to be “The Bachelor,” “Saturday Night Live” spoofed him last season, and Tebow is the spokesjock for Jockey.
18.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - AP SCHLADMING, Austria – Overall World Cup champion LindseyVonn failed to break the 2000-point record for one season, finishing 24th in a giant slalom on Sunday. By Fabrice Coffrini, AFP/Getty Images LindseyVonn poses with her overall World Cup
15.03.2012 [San Francisco Chronicle] - Skiing: LindseyVonn won a downhill by nearly a second for her 12th victory of the season, the second-highest total in World Cup history. It also was the American's 17th top-three finish in a race this season, one short of the World Cup record.
15.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - By Vicki Michaelis, USA TODAY Hannah Kearney has had a more consistently incredible season on the ski slopes than even LindseyVonn, winning all but one of the World Cup moguls events she entered. By Mike Groll, AP Hannah Kearney has won all but one
13.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - LindseyVonn, who clinched the World Cup overall title last week, said Paerson remained one of the best skiers throughout her career. "She's won in every discipline, has world championship medals, Olympic medals and a couple of overall titles," Vonn
12.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - LindseyVonn won a World Cup giant slalom race on Friday. It was her 11 t h win this season, and the victory gave her a fourth overall World Cup title and bragging rights as the most successful skier in US history. By Jonathan Nackstrand, AFP/Getty
10.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - ARE, Sweden (AP) — Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany won a World Cup slalom on Saturday, while overall champion LindseyVonn skied out during her second run. Hoefl-Riesch edged Veronika Zuzulova of Slovakia by just one hundredth of a second.
09.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - By David Leon Moore, USA TODAY In a quiet World Cup skiing season without a world championships or an Olympics and largely ignored by a US sports audience, American LindseyVonn has continued her march up the ladder of the all-time mountain legends.
04.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - Resi Stiegler (left) poses with US teammate LindseyVonn after finishing second in a World Cup slalom Sunday in Ofterschwang, Germany. After three seasons of injuries, Resi Stiegler finished a career-best second in a World Cup slalom on Sunday.
03.03.2012 [New York Times] - The Olympic champion Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany won her second straight World Cup giant slalom Saturday, while the overall leader LindseyVonn had a blazing second run to finish second. Rebensburg's consecutive wins in two days put her in a good
03.03.2012 [New York Times] - The Olympic champion Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany mastered a melting course to win a World Cup giant slalom in Ofterschwang, Germany, and take the standings lead in the discipline. LindseyVonn finished 10th and retained a big lead in the overall
03.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - OFTERSCHWANG, Germany (AP) – Olympic champion Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany won her second consecutive World Cup giant slalom on Saturday, while overall leader LindseyVonn of the United States had a blazing second run to finish second.
03.03.2012 [USA TODAY] - Hendrickson said she was inspired by American downhill racer LindseyVonn, who won three consecutive World Cup titles from 2008 to 2010. "I admired LindseyVonn for winning the overall World Cup title and I wanted to follow her path," Hendrickson said.