"The last eight years have been full of ups and downs. It just counts how you ski and I know I can do this, even though I am not so ideal".
"I skied a great race today", Vonn also said. I'll leave you with today's results.
"You don't want your team mate to get hurt, but you've got to anticipate", Poulin said. It's a turnaround not just from tradition but from the first 10 nights of Pyeongchang telecasts, when men had a clear edge. "I tried so hard and I worked my butt off. I'd like to have a little less pain, but I wouldn't change it".
USA sprints into skiing history: America did get some unequivocally good news out of PyeongChang. Anderson got her gold-winning score on her first run of the day in weather conditions, which included strong winds, that could have been risky for the competitors. She fought back and was eventually crowned the 2018 United States champion and comes to her first Olympics in Korea. Injuries and poor weather have dogged her recently, but with a clear wind and a bit of luck there is no reason why she can not claim gold.
Goggia, instead, proved the one who knew Wednesday how to do it better.
"It's sad", Vonn said.
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Anderson was the sixth-best qualifier after the judges gave her a 90.00 overall score on her second jump.
Defender Hwang Chung Gum said she felt the members of the joint team were living in a unified Korea. "The battle with her is still going on". But I still think I made him proud.
'I wish Kevin could have been with me on the podium but maybe next time he can have the same feeling that I do now after being fourth in Sochi, ' he added. We had some rough times, but it means a lot that he's here.
It has been a hard few months for Vonn.
'It feels unbelievable, ' Leman told the media.
Her win made her the oldest woman to medal in the event at age 33. While not ideal, "it's clear that NBC's Olympic coverage is leading any advancement for women athletes", said Andrew Billings, a University of Alabama professor who conducts the study with James Angelini of the University of DE and Paul MacArthur of Utica College. "I think it's something that we're used to".
Look back just four years ago to the race in Sochi and - for the first time in the history of the event, there was a tie for gold.