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Lindsey Vonn’s knee ‘stable’ after training run

Lindsey Vonn completes a training run for this week’s downhill in Lake Louise, Alberta.
Lindsey Vonn completes a training run for this week’s downhill in Lake Louise, Alberta.eric bolte/usa today sports

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Closing in on competing for the first time in 10 months, Lindsey Vonn was pleased to be back on the elite ski racing scene Wednesday, completing a safe training run and declaring her surgically repaired right knee ‘‘stable.’’

Vonn said she will wait until after the training run scheduled for Thursday to decide whether to race this week for the first time since a high-speed crash at the world championships in February where she tore two ligaments in her knee and broke a bone in her lower leg.

‘‘Happy to be out there,’’ Vonn said. ‘‘And, yeah, I'm looking forward to improving for the races, hopefully.’’

There are downhill events slated for Friday and Saturday, and a super-G on Sunday.

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