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Our country has a strong tradition in Alpine, we won men's and female… many categories… but we never won in downhill with a female.
Winning a final Olympic downhill gold was always going to be an uphill climb for Vonn.
The record was held by Austria's Michaela Dorfmeister, who was just shy of her 33rd birthday when she won the downhill and the super-G at the 2006 Turin Olympics.
Her maiden World Cup downhill victory came in the test event at the Jeongsong Alpine Centre last year where she was also successful in the Super-G.
org/international-ski-federation) combined event includes one downhill race and one slalom run, the times from those two races are then combined and the person with the fastest time is the winner.
Svindal looked at home on the Jeongseon course where he will be challenged by Kjetil Jansrud, who maintained Norway's grip on the super-G with gold in Sochi alongside downhill bronze.
There is a paucity of data on cardiovascular responses to an uphill and the downhill walk at [+ or -] 15% gradient.
Downhills Primary was a school with a long history of underperformance.
The duo, whose previous two downhill races both yielded gold medals at a World Cup event in Tignes, did not even get a training run on Friday because the session was cancelled, and a crash curtailed a previous attempt.
Hosp had been eighth after the downhill but the Austrian slalom specialist produced the third-fastest run of the day between the gates to climb six places and take home the silver.
Maryhill (Washington) is one of the top downhill skate roads in the US," says Marcelo.