Tiger Woods seemed happy enough after watching girlfriend Lindsey Vonn set a World Cup record with her 63rd career victory on Monday. But something was missing from his smile.
Tiger Woods showed up in Italy on Monday to surprise his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn on the occasion of her record-setting World Cup performance. And while Woods sported a skull facemask for a fair portion of his time on the slopes, closeups...Show More Summary
Tiger Woods made a trip to Italy on Monday to surprise his girlfriend Lindsey Vonn. Von won her 63rd World Cup Title, but her victory wasn’t what was making headlines, instead everyone was talking about the fact that Woods was missing his front tooth. Show More Summary
If you'd told ski experts in 2014 that gold medalist Lindsey Vonn would soon become a record-breaking champion, they probably wouldn't have believed you! After suffering a painful ACL tear in 2013, the skier had to drop out of the Sochi Winter Olympics, causing many of her fans to believe that she might be done winning for good. Show More Summary
Lindsey Vonn skied into World Cup history Monday in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, winning for the 63rd time in her storied career. She was thrilled to have her family there — and surprised when a guy wearing a skull mask turned out to be her boyfriend, Tiger Woods. He appeared to be trying to go incognito […]
Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods continued their two-year-plus publicity stunt—er, relationship—in truly bizarre fashion today. Vonn provisionally won a skiing super-G in Italy, and in the finish area, she was surprised by her boyfriend... wearing a creepy skeleton face mask. Apparently Woods was attempting to "go incognito" in...
Hole in one... mouth. Tiger Woods proved the old adage... old wounds never heal... when he flashed a toothless grin at after his GF Lindsey Vonn won a World Cup alpine skiing race in Italy this weekend. Tiger was undercover at the race...…
Now that Lindsey Vonn has set the record for World Cup wins in skiing, the American racer is hoping for something more.
While cheering on girlfriend Lindsey Vonn in her record-breaking 63 Alpine racing win, Tiger Woods barely cracked a smile.
Lindsey Vonn made ski racing history Monday — but that wasn't the unexpected part.
Tiger Woods is one of the most recognizable face on the planet, so it’s no surprise to learn that he disguises himself when he travels among them. But going incognito in a skeleton mask? Yeesh. A masked Tiger? just showed up at @lindseyvonn...Show More Summary
Finally, a new look.
Lindsey Vonn became the most successful female in Alpine skiing World Cup history Monday, marking her 63rd victory in the competition.
Lindsey Vonn never thought she would make it this far. Perhaps that's why, after matching the World Cup's all-time record for wins today, she rated it "right below" her Olympic gold medal on her lengthy list of career achievements. "It's hard to really compare the two," Vonn says. "It's one...
Lindsey Vonn caught up with Annemarie Moser-Proell, tying her 35-year-old, all-time World Cup record with her 62nd victory on a foggy downhill course Sunday in Italy. “I feel like everyone has been talking about it so much and it’s a little bit frustrating because I just want to focus on the skiing,” Vonn said afterward. […]
Lindsey Vonn collected her record 62nd career victory Sunday on the FIS World Cup tour.
On a busy day for American skiers and snowboarders, Lindsey Vonn missed a historic win but Lindsey Jacobellis captured her fourth world title.
Lindsey Vonn. Derrick Rose. Tom Brady and Mickey Mantle are all known in different sports but they shared a common problem: They have all fallen victim to the dreaded pop of the knee. read more
Dec. 6, 2014, was a good day to sit down with Lindsey Vonn. Her return to competition after a knee injury that crushed her Sochi Olympic dreams in February saw the star skier lead an American sweep in the World Cup downhill in Lake Louise, Canada, on Dec. 6. Vonn, a gold and bronze medalist...
Lindsey Vonn crashed during a super-G race Sunday in France, a crash that will delay her try at a World Cup record, but at least her knees are fine. The four-time World Cup-winning skier, entered a gate slightly too wide in Val d’Isere and crashed out of a race in which Elisabeth Goergl beat Olympic […]