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Four time World Cup overall champion Lindsey Vonn was admitted to a hospital in Vail, CO Monday with an undisclosed illness the AP reports.
She underwent test related to “severe intestinal pain.” and is still waiting results.
Her spokesman, Lewis Kay said he would release an update on her condition when more information becomes available.
Vonn skipped a slalom competition in Finland last weekend to prepare for upcoming races in Aspen. She also had a promotional event lined up to attend last Friday in Vail, but had to cancel because she was sick.
Her only race this season was a giant slalom in Soelden, Austria, that she did not finish.
Vonn is the most decorated female skier in U.S. history, the only woman to have won the Olympic downhill gold and four World Cup overall titles. She has 53 World Cup victories and five world championship medals.
Vonn had requested to compete in a mens World Cup downhill but her request was denied by the International Ski Federation.
Vonn plans to retire from skiing in 2018, at that time she plans to go into acting.
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Minnesota native Lindsey Vonn remained hospitalized in Colorado on Tuesday with "severe intestinal pain" that has been affecting her for the past two weeks.
Vonn's spokesman, Lewis Kay, wrote in an email that the four-time overall World Cup champion was "awaiting results from diagnostic testing for severe intestinal pain."
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Lindsey Vonn left a hospital in Vail, Colo., on Wednesday, two days after being admitted for intestinal pain.
Vonn's publicist Lewis Kay said it's unclear when the four-time overall World Cup champion will return to skiing.
"She is resting comfortably at home," Kay wrote in an email. "Doctors are still working to determine what specifically was the cause of...
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World champion downhill skier Lindsey Vonn reportedly has been admitted to a Vail hospital with an undisclosed illness.
Lindsey Vonn has been admitted to a hospital in Vail with an undisclosed illness.
Her spokesman, Lewis Kay, had no other updates on the US skier's condition Monday.
The four-time World Cup overall champion skipped a slalom competition in Finland last weekend to prepare for upcoming races in Aspen. She also had a promotional event lined up for last Friday in Vail, but had to...
Lindsey Vonn has been released from a hospital in Colorado, although details of her illness remain unclear and there is no indication of when she can begin skiing again.
Vonn's publicist Lewis Kay says in an email that "Lindsey is feeling much better today and has been released from the hospital. She is resting comfortably at home. Doctors are still working to determine...
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Lindsey Vonn remained hospitalized in Colorado with intestinal pain that has been affecting the four-time World Cup champion for the past two weeks. ”She told me she feels bad and has pain all over her body and that her bones are hurting. … She’s been (to the hospital) two or three times. This is the first time she’s stayed overnight...
Lindsey Vonn remains hospitalized in Colorado with ''severe
intestinal pain'' that has been affecting her for the past two
U.S. skier and Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn continues to be hospitalized in Colorado with what her spokesman, Lewis Kay, called “severe intestinal pain.”
Vonn last competed on Oct. 27 in Soelden, Austria and has not trained since leaving the competition after her second run.
Heinz Haemmerle, Vonn’s ski technician, spoke about the concern he and the rest of his team have...