MONTREAL - American Lindsey Vonn won Friday's Alpine Skiing World Cup women's downhill race at Lake Louise, the Canadian layout among her favourites since her first World Cup win there in 2004. Vonn won in 1min 50.50 secs with Austrian Cornelia Huetter the runner-up, .58 of a second adrift, and Austria's Ramona Siebenhofer third in 1:51.57, edging France's Margot Bailet by .09 of a second. Vonn collected her 69th World Cup victory, stretching her all-time record, and 115th podium finish and added a 16th win to a mighty trophy haul at Lake Louise. For Vonn, 31, another victory at Lake Louise makes her feel old. "I think last year's win was probably the most significant for me coming back from two injuries and being able to win again was an incredible feeling."