Vonn racing for United States, not Trump, in Korea


Lindsey Vonn hopes to win more Olympic medals at February's Winter Games in Pyeongchang, but she said she won't be attending the White House to meet Donald Trump afterward if she's invited.

"I take the Olympics very seriously and what they mean and what they represent, what walking under our flag means in the opening ceremonies", she said. "I want to represent our country well".

She continued, "I want to represent our country well".

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The 33-year-old skier added that if she were invited to the White House after the Olympics, she would turn down the invitation.

But she has already revealed that she won't be accepting an invite to the White House, and went as far as to criticise Trump for how he represents America around the globe.

A number of United States athletes have spoken out against Donald Trump during his presidency - and skier Lindsey Vonn has become the latest to have her say.

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The NFL's Patriots, NHL's Penguins and college football's Clemson Tigers all visited since Trump took office.

"Absolutely not", Vonn told MacFarlane. "No. No, actually I think every USA team member is invited, so no, I won't go". The defending National Basketball Association champion Golden State Warriors announced in September that they would not visit the White House.

Lindsey Vonn won a gold medal in the women's downhill competition in 2010 in Vancouver.

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After missing the 2014 Sochi Games with a knee injury, Vonn suffered a broken arm last November that delayed the start of her season until January. She broke her arm past year and is still recovering from nerve damage.