By Chrös McDougall | March 15, 2018, 10:26 a.m. (ET)

Lindsey Vonn competes in the Audi FIS Alpine Ski World Cup Finals women's super-G on March 15, 2018 in Are, Sweden. 


Lindsey Vonn closed out her alpine skiing season with another world cup podium finish when she took third in the women’s super-G on Thursday in Are, Sweden.

Vonn, who won her 82nd career world cup in Wednesday’s downhill, finished in 1:08.45. Italy’s Sofia Goggia won with a time of 1:07.92 while Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany was second in 1:08.24.

“I haven’t been on a super-G podium since I won in December, so I’m happy with that," Vonn said, according to the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team.

Vonn, who won a bronze medal in the downhill last month at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018, finished with seven world cup podium finishes this season, including five wins.

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With her win on Wednesday, the 33-year-old is now within four of equaling the record for career world cup victories set by Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden. Vonn is already the winningest female skier of all time.

Thursday’s result gave Vonn 137 podium finishes in 392 career world cup starts.

Vonn’s bronze medal in PyeongChang made her the oldest woman to win a medal in alpine skiing at the Games. She also won the gold in downhill and bronze in super-G in 2010. Vonn was just off the podium in sixth in the super-G in PyeongChang.

No other Americans had qualified for Thursday’s women’s and men’s super-G, based on season rankings.

The alpine World Cup Finals wraps up with a team event on Friday, men’s and women’s slalom on Saturday, and men’s and women’s giant slalom on Sunday.

Chrös McDougall has covered the Olympic movement for since 2009 on behalf of Red Line Editorial, Inc. He is based in Minneapolis-St. Paul.