Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn is ready for her next challenge—racing against men. “It’s something I hope I can do before the end of the career,” she told USA Today.
“When I train against men, I always find that I push myself harder to my absolute maximum,”she said. “I want to see what I’m capable of, and men’s racing is the next level.”
“I think it’s important for me as a person, and I think it’s important for women in sports,” she said. She admitted that it might take longer than the years she has left in her career for that change to be institutionalized. But she remains optimistic about the future of the sport. “I think it can happen.”
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