Lindsey Vonn's knee troubles apparently are too much to overcome in time for Sochi. Vonn, the reigning Olympic and World Cup downhill skiing champ, will not compete in next month's Winter Olympics, according to a post 

Lindsey Vonn will miss the Sochi Olympics because of a right knee injury, leaving the Winter Games without one of its biggest stars. The 29-year-old from Vail, Colo., announced her decision Tuesday, exactly one month before the opening ceremony in

Lindsey Vonn's knee troubles apparently are too much to overcome in time for Sochi. Vonn, the reigning Olympic and World Cup downhill skiing champ, will not compete in next month's Winter Olympics, according to a post 

Lindsey Vonn will not compete in the 2014 Winter Olympics due to setbacks in her recovery from knee surgery.

The Sochi Olympics will be without arguably its biggest star as Lindsey Vonn announced Tuesday morning that she will not compete at the upcoming Games. On Dec. 21 in Val d' Isere, France, Vonn reinjured her right knee. According to a statement released 

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