After a tabloid linked one of the best female ski racers on the planet to a notorious doping proponent, we decided to take a closer look at the possibilities of doping in the sport. What we found might surprise you.
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For years, giving 90 percent was good enough. But with poor visibility and a course in rough condition, a fitness program thrown off by recent illness, and the pressure to beat Tina Maze, who is having the best season ever recorded, Vonn just couldn't pull it off this time. But that wasn't going to stop her from trying.
With more than 57 World Cup wins and four overall titles, Lindsey Vonn has already established herself as the greatest women’s ski racer in history. Too bad they won’t let her take on the boys.
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To find out more about photographer Michael Hanson's inspiration and work process, read his interview with Amy Silverman, Outside's photo director.