Lake Louise (Canada): Lindsey Vonn led the United States to a historic Alpine skiing World Cup podium sweep on Saturday, cementing her return from injury with a triumph in the second Lake Louise downhill.
Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods
For her first victory since a high-speed crash in early 2013, the four-time overall World Cup champion charged down the 3km course in a time of one minute, 50.48 seconds.
It was the first US one-two-three in the alpine World Cup.
Vonn's performance caught the eye of boyfriend Tiger Woods, who was struggling with illness in his own return to competition across the continent in Florida on Saturday.
"I competed and Linds won," the golf star said on Twitter, briefly summing up the day for the high-profile couple.