Lindsey Vonn Quotes.
It’s sexy and beautiful to be strong.
Setbacks help you to concentrate.
In the end, it’s a mental maturity to let your best come out.
I use men’s skis because, honestly, they work better for me. They’re longer, they’re stiffer, they’re harder to turn – but at the same time, they’re much more stable.
I take risks – that’s my life on the slopes and off.
Ski racing is not about how much you weigh. If weight was the key, everybody would be sucking down food.
I love ‘Saturday Night Live,’ and it’s such a funny show. I don’t know if I’m funny enough to be on it but definitely would be interested in doing it.
I’m not trying to get five medals. I’m not trying to be Michael Phelps.
You can get a big gust of wind, and your Olympics are over.
Follow your dreams. If you have a goal, and you want to achieve it, then work hard and do everything you can to get there, and one day it will come true.
When I get on the World Cup tour, I’m kind of disconnected from the world. I just kind of get wrapped up in my world and wrapped up in trying to ski fast every day, and I forget about everything else.
I have three cows, and I’m looking forward to more in the future, so I’ll have a little herd.
Facebook and Twitter have changed how people follow ski racing. In past Olympics, you couldn’t stay in touch with the fan base that followed you during the Olympics. They thought they had to wait four years to reconnect.
I’ve never once heard my mom complain about her stroke.
I won’t lie – I picked up the occasional gossip magazine in the past because I thought that maybe 5 to 10 percent of it was true. Now I think it’s zero percent.
My childhood dream was to win the Olympics, and I’ve done that. Everything else is icing on the cake.
Everything about my life seemed so perfect to people. But I struggle like everyone else.
There is a dessert dish in Austria called Kaiserschmarrn – it’s kind of like a sweet raisin pancake with eggs and sugar. It’s definitely not something I can eat often, but if I’ve done well at a race, sometimes that’s my celebration treat!
I don’t know if I’ll ever get used to the idea that strangers know who I am. I don’t know if I want to.
If you go around being afraid, you’re never going to enjoy life. You have only one chance, so you’ve got to have fun.
When you fall down, just get up again.
My crazy training-and-competition schedule leaves very little time to focus on my hair.
I really like figure skating.
For someone to say I am overweight is completely ridiculous.
I’m not a crier.
Vail Resorts School of Shred program is a great way to help encourage kids to stay active by getting them outside and on the mountain.
A part of me is missing when I can’t ski, but I’ve learned there’s more to define me and make me happy, like stand-up paddling and Jet Skiing – things I’d never done before. Or being with people I love and just enjoying life.
Life’s short, you know? Especially as an athlete. Your career is very short, and you use the opportunities that you have because you’re not going to have them again.
I have a little Nintendo DS, and I play these brain games that are supposed to stimulate your mind.
When my parents were getting divorced, I just said to myself, ‘Go to sleep, and tomorrow you can go skiing.’ I cried myself to sleep, and in the morning I was up on the mountain, and I was good.
Especially when I’m in the gym, I get really motivated by hip-hop.
I did gymnastics when I was a kid. I wasn’t very good at it.
My mother-in-law’s from Norway, and she’s always liked old-school remedies.
An overall title is one of the biggest things you can win in our sport.
I want to show America who I am and inspire young kids.
I enjoy just showing people other sides of me, especially everyone always sees me in my helmet and ski suit. It’s nice to just show everyone me, just me in my everyday clothes or just me in high heels or just me not in my ski gear, basically.
You have to be a little crazy to be a downhill skier.
My mom is really tough.
Just in general, staying healthy and active is important.
Olay BB Cream is a lifesaver, and I wear it every day while I train and compete. Twenty-four-hour hydration and sheer color helps me look flawless even when faced with that unforgiving Jumbotron!
You are only limited to what you push yourself to, you know? You can always get better.
The Olympics were the most pressure I’ve ever felt.
Life changes very quickly in a very positive way if you let it.
Records are the only thing that remain of an athlete, the only thing that people will remember. If I want to ensure that people don’t forget me, I can only stop once I’ve set the bar as high as possible for anyone coming after me.
I don’t give up easily. I have plans to be around for a while.
For sure, 2010 was the best year I’ve ever had. It couldn’t have gone any better for me. Even if I just won the Olympic gold medal, that would have made it the best year of my career and the best day of my life, period. Winning the World Cup races and the overall title just topped it off.
I never thought my face would be on the cover of a Red Bull Six Pack.
I don’t really believe that you need to be married to someone to be their life partner.
I feel like winning a world championship was a hurdle I had to get over.
I can’t picture myself being the people I always looked up to.
I ski very aggressively, and the angles that I create with my body are similar to some of the male racers.
There are times when one certain snow condition is great for one particular brand of skis.
It’s difficult to be at events with a room full of women who weigh half as much as you do.
I want to keep pushing the limits to see whatвЂ™s possible. ThatвЂ™s the nice thing about ski racing – no one is stopping you from going faster.
I hate being helpless, and I hate having to ask people to do things for me.
When you fall, get right back up. Just keep going, keep pushing it.
In the winter, I’m always in Europe. July and September are New Zealand and Chile camps. I’m always on the road.
Making ski racing fun and engaging for kids and families is an exciting opportunity and a real passion of mine.
Ninety percent of the day is working out. Sometimes I get my nails done and go to the grocery store.
Setbacks motivate me.
I’m never tired of winning, and I’m never tired of skiing.
I’ve been to a lot of photo shoots, and I see these girls that are just really thin. They’re not healthy. They don’t work out.
I find folding laundry very relaxing.
I’m not trying to race the whole men’s tour; I just want to race one time. If you know me, which most people on the World Cup do, they know that this is a legitimate goal of mine and not a publicity stunt.
I feel like, with ski racing, you need to have a short memory. You crash all the time, and sometimes it’s a really bad one, but sometimes it’s not so bad.
I don’t know where I’m supposed to meet a boyfriend. It’s weird.
I’d like to keep my personal life private. In reality, I know that’s not possible. In the present, I’m trying to pretend it’s possible.
I snack on fruit and nuts. In the middle of my long workouts, I’ll have a protein shake.
Everyone knows marriage is tough.
It’s amazing. Life changes very quickly, in a very positive way, if you let it.
Athletics at the highest level is a sport within a sport.