LAKE LOUISE - Lindsey Vonn continued her comeback from a knee injury with an improved performance in Saturday's Lake Louise downhill which was won by Maria Hoefl-Riesch. Germany's Hoefl-Riesch captured her second World Cup downhill in as many days and will go for her third victory in a row in Sunday's Super G. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Hoefl-Riesch clocked a time of one minute, 55.09 seconds to finish 0.34 seconds ahead of runner-up Tina Weirather, of Liechtenstein, and Austrian Anna Fenninger who placed third in 1:55.56. Vonn skied more aggressively Saturday, crossing the finish line in 1:56.35 but she was still 1.26 seconds adrift of Hoefl-Riesch. "Today's performance is a great step forward," said American Vonn, who finished 11th. "I could be much more aggressive on the course.”