Lindsey Vonn is in her happy place—speeding down the ski slopes. The professional athlete, who made history as the first woman to ski the legendary Streif in Kitzbühel, Austria, and the first person to complete the course at night, shared an impressive video on Instagram.
The four-time Olympian donned an icy blue puffer jacket with white ski pants as she zoomed down a mountain surrounded by pine trees and covered in ideal fresh powder. Her helmet was strapped on under her goggles and the poles in her hands barely touching the ground indicate one thing: she means business.
“Catch me if you can… because I’m not slowing down! 💨⛰️⛷️,” the Minnesota-born, Colorado native cheekily captioned the video shared with her 2.2 million followers and cleverly set the clip to a song titled “I Wanna Go Faster” by WAR*HALL.
Shout out to the SI Swimsuit model’s cameraman for (kind of) keeping up with her, but more importantly getting out of her way while managing to capture all the angles.
“Such a badass 💚,” Nicolas Hamilton commented.
“There she goes ❄️❄️❄️,” Whitney Herd added.
“wow 😮💨,” Dominika Cibulkova wrote.
“You making a comeback @lindseyvonn I hear the Olympics calling,” one fan noted.
“You would have to get AI to build skis .... so that YOU can go faster;! ❤️🙌🔥👏,” another chimed.
“Watching your skiing is so amazing. I watched your hbo special and you are so awesome! Gives me inspiration to get stronger and back to my old self,” someone else gushed.