In an emotional post-race interview, @lindseyvonn says that this was her last Olympic downhill and she hopes she made her late grandfather proud. #WinterOlympics https://t.co/YtEpNzDMDu pic.twitter.com/vWhKp5NSGA— NBC Olympics (@NBCOlympics) February 21, 2018
Talk about going out with a bang.
After winning a bronze medal in the women’s Alpine downhill final, skier Lindsey Vonn announced in an emotional post-race interview that Pyeongchang will likely be her last Olympics.
“It was tough to contemplate this being my last Olympic downhill race,” she told NBC. “I struggled to try and keep the emotions together, but I left it all on the mountain like I said I would, and I’m proud of my performance.”
She is the most decorated female skier of all time after all. So yeah, we’d say she should be very proud.