“I try to limit my risks as much as I can but unfortunately it is a high risk sport, even when I am not pushing it, anything can happen. http://richadrianfisher.pdxrwa.org/2016/11/27/an-ideas-overview-on-selecting-root-criteria-for-job-hunting/I accept that, but the last few years have been very tough.” Indeed, this is the fourth time in the last five years a serious injury will limit her season. In the last three years she has had two fractures of her tibia, a broken ankle, a shattered arm, three torn knee ligaments and undergone two major knee surgeries. This latest major setback happened on the same mountain where she crashed three years ago and tore her anterior cruciate ligament which forced her to miss the 2014 Sochi Games. Vonn underwent surgery to repair the broken arm bone and she fully expects to resume her storied career which has seen her win 76 World Cup titles. But the 32-year-old American also admitted that retirement crossed her mind. “It’s definitely starting, I wouldn’t say getting me down, but frustrates me,” she said. “I still love what I do. There is still a lot I want to accomplish.
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