The tech Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn doesn't want rivals to useTechnology has changed how gold medalist Lindsey Vonn trains, from tracking sleep to recording workouts to analyzing her skiing technique. But to keep her advantage on the mountain, there's one technology she'd like to keep out of the hands of the competition:...
[MUSIC] My name is Lindsey Vonn, and I am an Olympic Alpine skier. [MUSIC] I use a lot of technology in pretty much everything that I do. [MUSIC] There's so much technology now that helps me track my training, track my sleep. I think social media is a really good platform to be able to communicate with fans and especially since my last two surgeries a lot of people have written me asking how they can recover better or rehab better from their injury. I just like to write them back and give them a little bit of motivation Inspiration, and then try to get them back on their feet and smiling again. [MUSIC] I think training virtually would be a really imaging tool. One thing that I feel like I'm really good at is visualizing the course in my mind. If everyone was given that opportunity to virtually train all the courses, then it wouldn't be an advantage. advantage for me. [MUSIC] Okay guys, this set's done. That's great. If I could have one piece of technology, it would probably be something that was able to track my skiing better. Hopefully in the future, they can come up with something that will help me improve my training and be able to figure out what I can do better. I hope people will recognize me as a great skier but also A good person and someone that tries to give back as much as possible. I started my own foundation, The Lindsey Vonn Foundation in February. And my goal is to empower young women. You did wonderful. Thank you so much. Thank you for [INAUDIBLE] the day. [MUSIC]