Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you may have heard that Lindsey Vonn won her 63rd and 64th World Cup ski races last week - at the age of 30. I cannot comprehend the athleticism, courage, tenacity, threshold for pain, etc. that she displayed to get there. Most of the top echelon of ski racers are happy to earn World Cup points. 10 wins is an awesome career. 64? Get out of here. And Lindsey did it in the speed side of the sport - Downhill and SuperG where the falls are brutal and extreme knee injuries plentiful. The great Swede Ingemar Stenmark won some 80 ski races in the 1980s, but he was only racing slalom and giant slalom - the two slower and safer of the four ski racing disciplines. RESPECT!!!! Oh, and at least Tiger Woods is getting near the top of the leaderboard again - by proxy.