Upon learning of her delinquency with the IRS, the Olympic and four-time overall World Cup champ cut a check for the full amount and chalked it up to a life lesson.
April is a busy time for Lindsey Vonn, what with all the trophy polishing she has to cram into her short off-season schedule. So it's hardly surprising that back in 2010—arguably the biggest and busiest of her career so far, when she won two Olympic medals, three World Cup titles and an ESPY for Best Female Athlete of the Year—she let a little thing like her federal taxes slip between the cracks.
Hometown favorite Erik Schlopy was almost as hot as the unseasonal weather Friday producing the third-fastest second run and finishing fifth in the Chevy Truck America's Opening. Swiss great Michael Von Gruenigen won his third Park City GS.
World Cup points leader and double Olympic medalist Bode Miller and defending super G champion Daron Rahlves and Kirsten Clark are among 17 athletes named Monday to the upcoming alpine World Championships in Switzerland.