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ST. MORITZ, Switzerland - Skiing with less pressure after setting the all-time record for World Cup wins, Lindsey Vonn placed fifth in a downhill training run on Friday.That was just fine for the American who will start as favourite on Saturday after winning three of five races in the glamor Alpine event this season.I definitely feel like theres no pressure, Vonn said after a practice run won by Tina Weirather of Liechtenstein. Everyone was just talking about the record, talking about the record.The 62-win mark set in 1980 by Austrian great Annemarie Moser-Proell was tied and passed in quick order as Vonn won a downhill last Sunday and a super-G on Monday at Cortina dAmpezzo, Italy.Both of Vonns specialist speed events are scheduled this weekend at St. Moritz in the last World Cup races before her hometown world championships open on Feb. 2 at Vail-Beaver Creek, Colorado.Now I feel really relaxed, she said. (On Saturday) I have a few mistakes that I can fix and definitely will ski more aggressively, so hopefully that will be enough.Even those mistakes left Vonn, who was fastest in practice on Thursday, just 0.79 seconds behind Weirather on the new Engiadina course most racers are seeing for the first time.Anna Fenninger, the defending overall World Cup champion, was second, trailing by 0.11. Another Austrian, Elisabeth Goergl, was third, 0.44 behind Weirather.Larisa Yurkiw of Owen Sound, Ont., was tied for 26th.The womens track has been designed with the 2017 worlds in mind.Its important this weekend to get a feeling for the course going forward to the 2017 world championships. So far its going well, said Vonn, who won downhill and super-G races on the old, adjoining course.Its a little bit easier, she said of the new track tracing down a bare mountain above the tree line. It has more terrain in it but its also not quite as steep in some sections. 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The International Olympic Committee ruled Friday that Backstrom had not intended to enhance his performance, laying the blame for his positive test for pseudoephedrine on the Swedish team doctor. The Washington Capitals centre was suspended and pulled from the team just hours before the Feb. 23 gold-medal game, which Sweden lost 3-0 to Canada. The Swedes were outraged by the timing of the decision and said it affected the teams performance. The IOC defended the suspension, saying it was "fully justified" because of the positive test and noting that Backstrom conceded also taking the allergy medication on the day of the final. But the IOC ruled that the player should not be kicked out of the Sochi Games altogether, citing "mitigating circumstances." "There was no indication of any intent of the athlete to improve his performance by taking a prohibited substance," the IOCs three-person disciplinary commission said. "As a consequence, the athlete is entitled to receive the silver medal and diploma awarded in respect of the mens ice hockey event." Backstrom tested positive for excess levels of pseudoephedrine after Swedens win over Slovenia in the quarter-finals on Feb. 19. He said the stimulant was contained in "Zytec-D," a medication he had been taking for allergies. The IOC said the positive result in the "A" sample was confirmed on the morning of Feb.dddddddddddd 23. A hearing with Backstrom and Swedish team officials was quickly assembled. Among those attending was Bjorn Waldeback, the Swedish hockey team doctor and chief medical officer of the Swedish Olympic Committee. The IOC said Backstrom had "nothing to hide" and explained he had been taking the allergy medication regularly for seven years on the advice of a doctor and had never produced a positive test. He said he had taken the medication earlier that day. 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