Skiing: Lindsey Vonn captured the women's overall title for the second straight year by winning the last downhill of the season at the World Cup finals in Are, Sweden. The American completed the 1.6-mile Olympia course in 1 minute, 42.49 seconds. Vonn become the first U.S. woman to capture two World Cup overall titles.
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