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Lindsey Vonn will start 7th in Wednesday's downhill, a more advantageous position than she had in Sunday's Super G when she started first. Vonn's 7th slot is two spots after Italy's Sophia Goggia, considered by many her main competition in the event. Going 7th will allow Vonn to watch the line Goggia and six others take and more importantly give her a target time to beat. Vonn, the 2010 Olympic downhill champion, had the 1st-, 3rd- and 4th-fastest times in downhill training.

Wayne Drehs, ESPN Senior Writer

Olympic Sports

Lindsey Vonn's extensive trophy collection also includes cows.

Olympic medalist skier Lindsey Vonn's trophy collection is no ordinary one. Her impressive career has helped her win everything from cows to rocks from Germany, and she even still hangs on to her "most improved skier" trophy from 1994.

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E:60: Fast Tracked.

In 2016, Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga didn't know much about bobsled. Now the Nigerian-Americans are representing Nigeria in Pyeongchang -- an historic feat. E:60 has the story.

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Shiffrin Triumphs in GS

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Foudy impressed by Shiffrin's mental toughness.

Julie Foudy breaks down Mikaela Shiffrin's one-of-a-kind pre-race routine that helped propel the Team USA skier to Olympic gold in Pyeongchang.

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U.S. loses to Canada in Prelim

Women's Hockey

Coyne happy with USA's 'full 60 minutes' despite loss.

Forward Kendall Coyne was encouraged with America's performance on the ice in their 2-1 loss to Canada and is happy with the chances the team got.

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Are GB's skeleton suits giving them an unfair advantage?

Australian skeleton racer John Farrow and Jamaica's Anthony Watson give ESPN their opinions surrounding Team GB's controversial skeleton kit.

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SportsCenter: #espnWtop10.

Relive the top 10 plays of the week in women's sports around the world.

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Gold still hasn't sunk in for Kim.

Chloe Kim breaks down her mindset heading into her halfpipe run and why she still hasn't processed winning gold.

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Gather your friends, round up your colleagues and join ESPNfootytips for another year of tipping fun.

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Live scores, news, views and video. Take ESPN everywhere, download the ESPN app now.

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Serena believes Fed Cup is start of her comeback.

The Williams sisters discuss Serena becoming a mother and how the Fed Cup is a great opportunity to represent the USA.

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Nigerian bobsled team backs Super Eagles.

The Nigerian women's bobsled team and skeleton racer Simidele Adeagbo believe the Super Eagles can defeat Argentina in the 2018 World Cup.

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