Skiers' times will be combined after one downhill run and one slalom run. "She needed to risk more". Shiffrin, 22, is the rising star and the defending World Cup overall champion, while Vonn, 33, is the all-time women's World Cup leader who is closing in on the record for victories by any skier. But the injuries have made me stronger. "My family is proud of me and I'm proud of myself. I know so many doctors on a first-name basis that it's ridiculous".
She pushed through pain.
Vonn added that she wanted to "win for my Grandpa" and wears the initials of her grandfather Don Kildow, who died in November. She also told the Associated Press that she credits these physical trials with toughening her up.
"I think the players that were here did a phenomenal job", coach and former National Hockey League player Tony Granato said.
"Yeah, I'm going to miss the Olympics, that was one of the reasons why it was so emotional for me today", she said. She got the latest with a bronze in the women's team sprint in cross-country skiing.
"It was an awesome day that I will never forget".
"We saw each other and she pointed at me, like, You again!" Most of us have been injured pretty severely, so I'm really happy and proud to be competing with them and to have their support.
The grueling sport - where the best racers top 80 and even 95 miles per hour - continued to wreak havoc on her body when she severely fractured her humerus at the end of 2016. "And she had a wonderful career - and she is still "having" because it's not over".
Goggia, who got advice from Vonn over coffee in Colorado a few months ago, said: "She is the greatest".
Vonn fought back tears afterward trying to describe it all.
Vonn is one of the most accomplished racers in Alpine history, but her body simply can not take the racing punishment much longer.
"It's great skiing, but it reminds me of something that Buddy Werner used to say", Kildow told USA Today Sports, referring to a United States skier from the 1950s.
The last four women's Olympic combineds have been won by just two athletes - Croatia's Janica Kostelic in 2002 and 2006, and Germany's Maria Hoefl-Riesch in 2010 and 2014.
"I was really focused, I moved like a samurai", said Goggia, her head coach Massimo Rinaldi labelling her as "crazyhorse". "I couldn't have done it much better than this, this was my best downhill ever". "The Olympic gold medal in Vancouver set the course for my career and I don't think it means any more or any less than this medal now". "My body probably just can't take another four years".
"I'm really proud to walk away with a medal". I have had a lot of ups and downs, mostly downs, in that time. Don't count her out at Pyeongchang just yet.
Shiffrin and Vonn will not take part in the team event on Saturday, which will conclude the alpine skiing program in Pyeongchang.
"It was intense", she said. "I hope tomorrow I can maybe pull something out of the hat".