Vonn, whose 77 career World Cup race triumphs
are a women's all-time record and trail only Swedish great
Ingemar Stenmark's mark of 86 wins, made it down the course in
one minute 51.71 seconds.
That left her 0.30 seconds back of Liechtenstein's Tina
Weirather. Italians Elena Fanchini (1:51.43) and Sofia Goggia
(1:51.44) had the second and third fastest times, respectively.
World Cup overall leader Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States
completed her run in 1:52.74 to finish with the 20th fastest
Vonn, who has 18 career World Cup race wins in Lake Louise,
could make up some ground on Stenmark as the Canadian resort
west of Calgary will host the start of the speed season with
downhill races on Friday and Saturday and a Super-G on Sunday.
In her career, Vonn has won 14 downhill races in Lake Louise and
Training runs will be held again on Wednesday and Thursday.
(Reporting by Frank Pingue in Toronto; Editing by Toby Davis)
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