Lindsey Vonn Not Firm On Retirement Just Yet
According to CNN, Ski racer, Lindsey Vonn has a more hopeful outlook after talk of retirement.
After a knee injury in November, the 34-year-old American suggested that she may actually retire.
She currently holds the women's record of 82 World Cup wins, but needs just five more wins to beat Swede Ingemar Stenmark's record of 86.
Vonn appeared last week at Cortina wearing knee braces, and finished 15th and 9th in the races.
It is the same place where she won 12 World Cup races in the past.
Vonn later posted on Instagram, "We discovered the reason I had so much pain and muscle shut down in Cortina was due to an impact injury to my peroneal nerve.
This most likely came from the final jump on the first training run in Cortina..."
When it comes to retiring Vonn says that she's taking things day by day, adding,
"We will see what happens.
I know that I might not get the ending to my career that I had hoped for, but if there is a chance, I will take it."