Lindsey Vonn is starting to annoy us just a little, making our beloved sport of skiing look so darn easy just about everytime she slides into the start gate. With her super-G victory yesterday at her adopted hometown of Beaver Creek, Vonn has now won her fourth consecutive World Cup race—becoming the first American racer to pull that off. But we love Lindsey (how can you not?), as do the local Vail Valley school kids. A lot of them skipped school to watch the race. We’re guessing they didn’t get in much trouble. Check out more in the Denver Post.
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