(Reuters) - Lindsey Vonn, broadly thought to be the best feminine ski racer of all-time, will retire from festival following the 2018-19 season even supposing she fails to wreck the file for Global Cup wins, the American stated on Thursday. FILE PHOTO: Pyeongchang, South Korea - February 21, 2018 - Bronze medallist Lindsey Vonn of the U.S. celebrates with the Italian flag throughout the flower rite. REUTERS\/Leonhard Foeger The 33-year-old holds the ladies\u2019s file of 82 Global Cup wins and trails most effective Swedish nice Ingemar Stenmark\u2019s long-standing mark of 86. \u201cThat is going to be my remaining season. Indisputably retiring after this 12 months,\u201d Vonn stated in New York whilst moderating a panel on small companies. \u201cIf I may smash the file that might be wonderful, if I will be able to\u2019t it's been an ideal journey and I'm nonetheless probably the most a success feminine and I nonetheless suppose that\u2019s one thing to be in reality pleased with. \u201cSo we\u2019ll simply see what occurs this 12 months.\u201d Since first tearing her ACL in 2007, Vonn has suffered widespread knee ligament accidents in addition to damaged bones. She ignored the 2014 Sochi Video games because of a major knee harm which she has been managing ever since. The Minnesota-born skier had stated on the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics that she would now not hand over till beating Stenmark\u2019s file. \u201cI'm hoping that is only one season. It's not that i am going to hand over till I am getting that file, this is evidently, regardless of how a lot ache I'm in,\u201d Vonn stated in February. \u201cHowever I in reality hope it most effective takes another season as a result of it could be tricky for me to proceed on after that.\u201d Vonn, who was the oldest ladies\u2019s alpine skier to win an Olympic medal when she picked up a downhill bronze in South Korea previous this 12 months, has additionally mentioned her need to check herself towards her male opposite numbers. Vonn, who started snowboarding on the age of 3 and began racing at seven, picked up her first Olympic medal when she gained gold on the 2010 Vancouver Video games. Reporting via Frank Pingue in Toronto; Further reporting via Rory Carroll; Modifying via Ian RansomOur Requirements:The Thomson Reuters Accept as true with Rules.