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Lindsey Vonn: Summer Training in Austria
- JUL 19, 2012
- Lindsey Vonn
- About this Video
- Lindsey Vonn had the perfect start to her preparation for the upcoming World Cup season in Austria, where she was coached for three weeks by the specialists from the Red Bull Athletes Special Projects team. The first part included endurance training and took place at the "Alpenresort Schwarz" in Mieming and its environs in the Tyrol. After that, the training continued at the Red Bull soccer training center in Taxham/Salzburg. The conditions were perfect so Lindsey had the ideal beginning to her summer training sessions.
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