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Lindsey Vonn on the Tonight Show

What do ski racer Lindsey Vonn, Uncle Cracker, and actor Chris O'Donnell all have in common? They'll were all on the Tonight Show this week.
posted: 10/28/2009
Lindsey Vonn en route to victory.

Unless you've been living in a camper van in the desert, you know who Lindsey Vonn is. She's the media darling of the moment, the U.S. Ski Team's top starlet heading into a Winter Olympic year. If that's still not jogging your memory, reading this story about her winning the World Cup two years in a row. She's just returning from the first World Cup giant slalom race of year, held in Soelden, Austria, where Vonn  placed ninth. Now, she's booking it straight to Burbank, California, where she made an appearance Tuesday night on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien, alongside Uncle Cracker and actor Chris O'Donnell. See video clips of her interview on the show below. 

Big-time media appearances are hardly a new thing for Vonn. Last March, she appeared on the Today Show, and since then she's attended the Emmy's, toured the set of Law and Order, and thrown out the first pitch at the Wrigley Field. 

Up next for this jet-setting skier? To Vail, Colorado, for some early-season training, then off to Levi, Finland, for the second stop on the World Cup tour. She'll be back in the U.S. over Thanksgiving for World Cup's Aspen Winternational in Aspen, Colorado.

 

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