VIDEO: Lindsey Vonn stops by 'Today' show


St. Paul native and Olympic skiing sensation Lindsey Vonn is on the comeback from a gruesome knee injury suffered earlier this year, and is stepping more and more into the public spotlight as the 2014 Sochi Olympics draw closer.

Vonn appeared on the "Today" show this morning to discuss, among other things, her rehab and work ethic to get back in time for February's Olympics, the title of most accomplished American skiier in history, as well as her relationship with Tiger Woods and how the golfer has helped her in her recovery from the injury.

Lauer's final question to Vonn was if she'd be on the medal stand in Sochi. Her response: "You better believe it."

In related news, here's Tiger in a feud with Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee.

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