The full-length downhill run played to Vonn's strengths as she notched her 81st career victory on the circuit. "I have so much confidence right now in my skiing, mentally, and my equipment". Vonn said. "Everything is coming together better than I could have hoped or planned for. And now I go into Korea with a couple of wins under my belt, and I’m just really looking forward to skiing the same way or even better than I skied this weekend – full charge! No holding back. I’m going to lay it all out on the table and see what happens".
Lindsey Vonn sits six World Cup victories shy of surpassing Ingemar Stenmark for the most wins of all-time. She is already the winningest female in World Cup history. Goggia continues to lead the downhill standings with 429 points to Vonn's 406. Only one downhill race remains on the ladies' World Cup calendar, and that will be contested at the finals in Are, Sweden, in March.