Lindsey Vonn wins bronze in women's super-G, Andrea Fischbacher of Austria wins gold
"I already have a gold medal so I can't be too disappointed," Vonn said. "I think any medal at the Olympics is a success so I'm really happy about it."
Andrea Fischbacher of Austria won gold in the super-G, with a time of 1:20.14.
Tina Maze of Slovenia won silver with a time of 1:20.63.
Julia Mancuso of the U.S., the first skier down the mountain, finished ninth with a time of 1:21.50.
Mancuso said it was unlucky to draw first bib, and she was the first to make a mistake at the Frog Bank turn.
"I wish I had more information. I knew when I crossed the finish line I blew it."
Vonn said she skied the part that gave Mancuso trouble well but then got too conservative.
"I sort of backed off the gas pedal," Vonn said.
-- Chris Dufresne in Whistler, Canada
Photo: Lindsey Vonn reacts after completing her run in the women's super-G. Credit: Sergey Ponomarev / Associated Press