After medaling in PyeongChang this week, Lindsey Vonn made a beeline for two people: Her sisters.
Immediately after winning bronze in her final Olympic women's downhill run, Lindsey sought out her sisters, Karin and Laura. The world watched on NBC's Today Show as the three shared an ecstatic group hug, and she told them, "I love you guys."
Also, how cute is Lindsey's Team USA hat in that smiling sister pic?! You can still get a similar one from Ralph Lauren's collection -- we're obsessed.
The moment marked an ultimate career high for Lindsey, who later wrote on Instagram, "After all of the horrific crashes and all of the surgeries, I took my tears of pain and turned them into tears of pure joy. It took me 8 years but I fought my way back and today bronze feels like gold."
One of Lindsey's sisters, Laura, opened up about the long, painful journey to NBC News. “I’ve been with Lindsey through all of her leg surgeries and rehab and Karin was with her through all of her elbow rehab, which is really intense," she said. "We’ve just been nursing her back to health, basically.” (Watch the incredible moment here.)
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