RadarOnline.com caught up with Vonn shortly after her win to get the dish on her celebration plans.
"I have a race tomorrow so I don't think there is too much celebration for me," Vonn said as she signed autographs to waiting fans.
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Vonn beat out teammate Julia Mancuso on Wednesday to become the first American woman to win the Olympic downhill with a time of 1 minute and 44.19 seconds.