Skip to main content

Lindsey Vonn to skip introduction of U.S. Ski Team

  • Author:
  • Updated:
    Original:

Minnesota-born skiing champion Lindsey Vonn will not be with her teammates at an introduction of the U.S. Ski Team in Vail, Colo., Thursday, reported The Associated Press.

The St. Paul native was released from a hospital in Vail Wednesday after being admitted Monday for "severe intestinal pain."

Vonn's publicist said that the 2010 Olympic gold medalist and four-time overall World Cup champion is "awaiting results from diagnostic testing for severe intestinal pain."

Vonn has been in Vail to prepare for the women's World Cup races in Aspen on Nov. 24. Her bid to participate in the men's World Cup was rejected by the International Ski Federation.

Next Up

police tape, crime scene

Standoff in St. Michael ends with suspect shot, airlifted

The two-day standoff ended at some point Wednesday evening.

police tape

Standoff in St. Michael continues late Wednesday afternoon

Communication with the suspect is "sporadic at best," according to Wright County Sheriff Sean Deringer.

police lights

Body found under tarp in rural Olmsted County

The deceased woman had been reported missing earlier this month.

Pixabay - black bear

Charges: Man baited trophy-sized bear with donuts, killed it

The man told authorities be bought a hunting license weeks later to cover the out-of-season killing.

image

Afro Deli opens new location in Cedar-Riverside

The restaurant is known for its fresh, fusion dishes.

Screen Shot 2022-06-22 at 10.07.34 AM

Locally-crafted flowers to be sold at Spyhouse Coffee

The floral pop-up shop will benefit local charities.

Flickr - Sun Country airplane Nevada - Tomas Del Coro

Sun Country sorry for Vancouver to MSP flight debacle

The new route to the Canadian city was announced late last year.

Minneapolis-Downtown-Council-Aquatennial-2021-Hoskovec_D3_8156-scaled

Minneapolis Aquatennial events announced for 2022

It's the city's 83rd year celebrating the festival.

Daunte Wright

Brooklyn Center to pay Daunte Wright's family $3.25 million

The settlement is the largest for a city outside of Minneapolis in Minnesota's history.

covid

Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 22

The latest from the state health department.

US-169 BUS, Shakopee, Minnesota - June 2019 (1)

Eden Prairie 19-year-old killed in crash near Valleyfair

The crash happened just before midnight near Valleyfair.

image

Renderings unveiled for potential World's Fair in Bloomington

Minnesota is one of five destinations in the running to host the event in 2027.

Related