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I'll be patient, and everything will work out the way it's supposed to.""It's for sure mostly a matter of time until I can put all the pieces of the puzzle together again.I still made too many small mistakes today, but I'm on the right way," added the quadruple overall World Cup champion who will skip the next technical races at Squaw Valley to train a few extra days on the Olympic run.Sofia Goggia/Italy came in first twice - and Slovenia's Ilka Stuhec clinched twice the 3rd place!At the Downhill and Super-G test events for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Korea, Lindsey finished second twice!
Following her run, she slid into the barrier at the bottom of the course. Lindsey did all she could to conserve some energy for this Super-G run. Luckily, nothing bad happened and Lindsey was able to ski to the finish.
Lindsey was of course disappointed at first to have so closely missed the opportunity to enjoy two more victories this season, yet on the other hand, she was still pleased to have recovered most of her form after facing a series of crashed an tough moments after her outstanding victory at Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
"It's definitely encouraging," she said after the Downhill.
Germany's Viktoria Rebensburg returned to victory on the World Cup tour last weekend as she claimed the Soelden Opening race.
Lindsey wrapped up her World Cup Downhill season with a great second-place in the last DH race of this season in Aspen/USA on March 15, 2017.