Lindsey Vonn, Tiger Woods Rumors: Skier Admits She 'Still Loves' Her Golfer Ex-Boyfriend [VIDEO]
Lindsey Vonn has admitted that she still loves Tiger Woods.
The skier and golfer broke up over a year ago after three years together, but have remained on good terms. Not only are they amicable, but the blonde bombshell still cares a great deal for her former flame.
[I am] still on good terms [with Woods,]" Vonn said on 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls,' which is set to air Monday (via Page Six) . "I loved him so much, and I still do. It just didn't work, you know?"
While Vonn clearly still cares about Woods, rumors have run rampant about her dating life since their split. There has been a lot of speculation that Vonn is seeing Rams assistant head coach Kenan Smith, while she was also recently romantically linked to "Vikings" star Alexander Ludwig, but insisted the two were just friends.
Vonn said even though she was sad things didn't work out with Woods, the silver lining was that it allowed her to focus on herself.
"It's nice to put the priority back on myself and just do what I need to do," she said on the show, according to People.
The reason for the split betweeen Woods and Vonn has never fully been confirmed. There was some speculation the skier was worried about Woods not being able to stay loyal to one woman, while there were also reports their schedules got too busy to maintain a strong foundation.
The blonde bombshell created a buzz earlier in the summer when she was spotted at the Kentucky Derby alongside Woods' ex-wife Elin Nordegren, with whom she's also on great terms.
There are no issues between the two as Vonn called Nordegren "awesome" and said she respects her a lot because being a co-parent following a divorce isn't easy.
"I mean, we spent a lot of time together -- I was with Tiger for three years," Vonn told 'Extra' in May. "She's such a wonderful person, such a great mom to the kids and yeah, yeah, it was great to catch up with her and see her over that weekend and we had a great time."
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