The Skiing legend, Lindsey Vonn has granted an interview and shared her relationship experience while dating golf legend Tiger Woods. According to her, “It Changed to More..” Seven years after their breakup, Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods still remain friends via Essentially Sports;
Although the couple was in a relationship for almost three years, Lindsey had a terrible time coursing through it. However, it was not because of Tiger Woods, but the way people saw their relationship and judged it. Sharing her experience of the time, Lindsey said, “I got so mean and hateful things thrown at me when we first started dating. Read comments on Instagram and Facebook and those stuff. It taught me to be really confident in myself.”
Personally, she didn’t like the attention she got from the media and people when she was in a relationship with Tiger. The skier further added, “It is in a different level because when you are in limelight for sports everyone is pretty supportive because they know you have highs and lows. But when I started dating him. It changed to more of the paparazzi style. Just gossip and it’s a whole another ballgame and it’s really hard to kind of navigate.”
Vonn went on to date hockey player PK Subban but that fizzled out as well.
P.K. Subban knows that inquiring minds are curious about his recent split from fiancée Lindsey Vonn — but he also knows that as a prominent athlete, that just comes with the territory.
The New Jersey Devils defenseman, 31, addressed the end of his engagement for the first time since he and Vonn called it quits last month, and told NJ.com that he doesn’t plan to dwell on being a topic of conversation.
“I’m used to people talking about me all the time, good or bad. None of that really matters to me,” he told the outlet. “People know that I have a zest for life and I’m always a happy guy. You know what? When your personal life becomes public, that’s what happens.”
Subban also noted the benefits that came with dating someone like Vonn, who herself is no stranger to the spotlight.
“Fortunately and unfortunately, I was with somebody who was also a public figure, and that’s part of the deal,” he told NJ.com. “But that’s a part of life. It’s great to know that hockey is here again and I can focus on my game now, and I’m excited for that.”
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