Lindsey Vonn returned to skiing on Thursday, taking a few freeskiing runs in Vail, Colo., according to the U.S. Ski Team.
There were “no issues,” said U.S. Ski Team Dr. Bill Sterett.
Vonn, 29, partially tore her right ACL in a Nov. 19 training crash. It’s the same knee she blew out in a crash at the World Championships in February.
Vonn has said she could ski as early as next weekend in Lake Louise, Alberta, but that she honestly doesn’t know if she will be able to race at the Olympics.
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Washington Wizards point guard John Wall underwent procedures on both of his knees, the team announced Thursday, clouding his chance of making the U.S. Olympic team.
Wall is expected to be ready for the start of the 2016-17 NBA season in late October, but the team made no mention of if Wall could progress fast enough to be ready for a potential Olympic debut in Rio in early August.
The U.S. is already without its 2012 Olympic starting point guard, Chris Paul, who withdrew from team consideration in March.
The 12-man Olympic team is expected to be announced in late June.
If Wall is also out, that leaves USA Basketball to choose from this list of point guards among the roster pool finalists:
Russell Westbrook — 2012 Olympian
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Lindsey Vonn partied with fellow Under Armour sports stars Tom Brady and Jordan Spieth as well as rapper Vanilla Ice on Wednesday.
The company held its 20th anniversary party in Baltimore, where it’s based.
Vonn is living it up in her offseason following another knee injury but is expected to be ready for the start of the 2016-17 season this fall.
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