Lindsey Vonn may still have a presence during NBC's Winter Olympics telecast despite the knee injury that knocked her out of competition. NBC is reportedly in talks to add Vonn to their coverage of the Games, though she's not expected...Show More Summary
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“I don’t think she is going to be able to travel,” said NBC Olympics executive producer Jim Bell today of skier Lindsey Vonn joining the network’s coverage of the Winter Olympics, in Sochi next month. However, while not on site in Russia, Vonn could show up on NBC in some form or another. Show More Summary
Woods had planned to step aside from the PGA Tour to watch Vonn, his girlfriend, at the Olympics, but injuries sidelined her.
Lindsey Vonn is an Olympic gold medalist and a gorgeous celebrity who is dating Tiger Woods, but even she goes through some insecurities regarding body image. Last year’s Met Costume Gala in New York City was tough for her to attend for that reason, the 29-year-old confesses. Show More Summary
Get Sports Obsessed: My heart broke for Lindsey Vonn when she had to announce she couldn’t compete in the Sochi Olympics. Athletes train so hard, and the Olympics only occur every four years. There’s no telling if she’ll be able to compete in the Winter Olympics 2018! I’m sure Lindsey didn’t have a choice, however. […]
Our girl Lindsey Vonn, who had to withdraw from the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, has gone in and out of surgery for her injured knee. And according to Vonn, it was a success! She posted this Insta shot of her cuddling with her new, fellow knee-problem-plagued pup, Leo, with the caption: "Surgery went well and I'm resting with loved ones."
Ski champion Lindsey Vonn underwent successful knee surgery, an injury that forced her to pull out of the Olympics just weeks before the US team was set to leave for Sochi. Vonn's spokesperson Lewis Kay said the surgery was performed on Tuesday by doctor Jim Andrews and that she hoped to be back competing in February of 2015. Show More Summary
If you having swirl problems we feel bad for you son. Lindsey Vonn is determined to make her love affair with Tiger last, but he’s looking ready to put her in the past… According to National Enquirer reports: WITH
Eight days after announcing she could not compete in the Sochi Olympics, Lindsey Vonn tweeted Wednesday morning that surgery to repair her ACL went well. Surgery was successful. Resting now #day1 pic.twitter.com/GWxah30V9w — lindsey vonn (@lindseyvonn) January 15, 2014 Her recovery buddy? That would be her new rescue dog, Leo (who coincidentally also has a […]
When Lindsey Vonn announced that a lingering knee injury will force her to miss the Winter Olympics, many began to wonder who on the American squad will fill her popularity vacuum in Sochi, Russia next month Shaun White, an action-sports...Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Gold medalist Lindsey Vonn said she would be skipping the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi thanks to bum knee, which is still hurting her after surgery 11 months ago. The news hit like a thunderbolt, but as the stories piled up and talking heads parsed the news -- Lindsey is the most accomplished female skier in U.S. Show More Summary
Despite the personally-crushing announcement that she would be pulling out of this year’s Olympics due to a knee injury, skier Lindsey Vonn is finding solace with a new shelter pup Read More The post Lindsey Vonn Adopts Awesome Shelter Dog with Injured Knee appeared first on Ecorazzi.
Sometimes when life hands you lemons, it's just time to get a puppy. Just one day after Lindsey Vonn announced that she would have to forgo the Sochi Olympics because of her knee injury, the skier revealed that she found a new buddyShow More Summary
Lindsey Vonn is officially out of this year's Winter Olympics, but that doesn't mean her time in the spotlight is up. There are several ways her sponsors, and even Vonn herself, can work around her injury.
A day after announcing that she would not be competing in the Winter Olympics next month because of a lingering knee injury, downhill skier Lindsey Vonn on Wednesday announced that she has adopted a rescue dog who also is recovering from a leg injury. Show More Summary
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With the news that Lindsey Vonn, the most famous American skier and arguably the U.S.'s best-known winter Olympic athlete, will miss this year's Olympic Games, there's a star-power vacuum at the top. Sure, there's snowboarder Shaun White, and Vonn's fellow skier Ted Ligety, but most of the U.S. Show More Summary