Sunday's downhill in Are will be the final race of the former Olympic champion's career after she announced her retirement last week.
The 34-year-old American, winner of 82 World Cup races, sustained a black eye and bruised ribs when she crashed on Tuesday in a race won by compatriot Mikaela Shiffrin.
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There is one more training run on Saturday before the women's downhill in which two-times world champion Vonn will seek a fairytale finish to her glittering career.
Austrians dominated the time sheets in Thursday's training with Stephanie Venier quickest. Ricarda Hasser and Tamara Tippler were third and fourth fastest down a slightly-shortened Strecke course with Swiss Wendy Holdener second.
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Organisers lowered the start because of adverse weather conditions.
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