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Lindsey Vonn claimed her 20th downhill victory with a triumph in the women's World Cup race at Altenmarkt on Saturday.
The win, her fourth of the season, saw the American take a 50-point chunk out of Maria Riesch's lead at the top of the World Cup standings.
Vonn completed the course at the Austrian resort in one minute 46.39 seconds, beating Swedish veteran Anja Paerson by 0.43secs.
Austrian Anna Fenninger came in almost a second adrift in third while Riesch finished 1.05secs behind in fourth.
"I made a small mistake which was perhaps because of the snow," Riesch said. "It was very wet, and all of a sudden I was almost in the netting.
"At that point I said to myself that if I got through the next few corners I am going to maintain my speed to the finish.
"I did not think that it was finished at that moment, I thought if I was quick over the rest of the course, there was still a chance of winning."
1. Lindsey Vonn (U.S.) 1mins 46.39secs
2. Anja Paerson (Sweden) 1:46.82
3. Anna Fenninger (Austria) 1:47.37
4. Maria Riesch (Germany) 1:47.44
5. Andrea Fischbacher (Austria) 1:47.57
6. Lara Gut (Switzerland) 1:47.60
7. Dominique Gisin (Switzerland) 1:47.62
8. Elisabeth Goergl (Austria) 1:47.71
9=. Elena Fanchini (Italy) 1:47.80
9=. Daniela Merighetti (Italy) 1:47.80
1. Lindsey Vonn (U.S.) 360 points
2. Maria Riesch (Germany) 257
3. Elisabeth Goergl (Austria) 187
1. Maria Riesch (Germany) 883 points
2. Lindsey Vonn (U.S.) 747
3. Elisabeth Goergl (Austria) 515
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Holly Bleasdale has the chance to put a year marred by injury well and truly behind her this Sunday.
There is nothing worse for an athlete than being injured. Forced to watch from the sidelines as your rivals and team-mates train and compete. For almost two years though, that is exactly the situation Louis Persent has found himself in.