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Lindsey Vonn wins 10th World Cup title

The Burnsville native dominated the downhill field Saturday and will look to secure her 11th title with a super-G win Sunday.
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The Burnsville native dominated the downhill field Saturday and will look to secure her 11th title with a super-G win Sunday.

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The Minnesota native finished third on the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics course Saturday, but still secured the title with a 231-point lead in the discipline standings with only two downhills remaining this season. In the race for the overall cup, Vonn has a comfortable 448-point lead.

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