Lindsey Vonn finale end positively as Tiger Woods cheers her on
FIS Alpine skiing world championships went down on Wednesday in Beaver Creek, Colorado. With the Olympics three away, Lindsey Vonn has a goal to motivate her: Winning fifth World Cup title.
“My super-G and downhill’s in good form,” Vonn said on Universal Sports after finishing 14th in the giant slalom in Beaver Creek, Colo., on Thursday. “Now I’ve got to get my [giant slalom] back on track, and I’ll be competitive again for the overall title. That’s the goal.” Vonn has not participated in the slalom in the past two year due to an injury. Vonn had the fifth best time in her second run during the championship and rose to 14th position. It’s the first time she has completed a giant slalom at a Championships. “I may not have gotten as many medals as everyone expected or wanted me to get, but in the end I skied my best every day,” Vonn said on Universal Sports.
Tiger Words was at the championship to support his girlfriend Vonn. This comes after Wood announce he is taking a break from golfing. The two have become sport celebrities in the recent years. There has been rumor that the two might get married soon and probably on Valentine’s Day. The two became a couple during a hard time in their lives. Wood’s golf was spinning out of control at the time and Vonn had been sidelined for two years due to a knee injury. Vonn said, “He just said, ‘Let’s end on a positive note it was like, ‘In the second run, show them what you can do.’ And I did.”