After a highly-publicized relationship and breakup with Tiger Woods, American alpine skier Lindsey Vonn recently opened up about what is keeping her going these days.
In a preview for the latest episode of “Running Wild with Bear Grylls,” the 2010 Winter Olympics gold medalist said her No.1 priority right now is to focus on herself. He reiterated that there is no bad blood between her and her former golfer beau.
“I loved him so much, and I still do,” Vonn told Bear, via People. “It just didn’t work, you know?”
Vonn and Woods first met at a charity event in 2012. After a tumultuous three-year relationship, the couple called it quits in May 2015. Vonn stated that she and Woods lived incredibly hectic lives. This prevented them from spending most of their time together.
An unnamed acquaintance of Vonn revealed another side of the story. Speaking to Daily Mail, the source said Vonn got tired of the golfer’s promiscuity. Woods would allegedly hire prostitutes while he was participating in golf tournament somewhere.
Vonn has remained cordial about the issue. Even though she still loves her ex, it doesn’t mean they are dating again. Vonn told Page Six that she is absolutely single. She said potential suitors should approach her with confidence and not be intimidated by her.
In April, Vonn and “The Hunger Games” star Alexander Ludwig were spotted getting cozy while leaving a West Hollywood restaurant. Dating rumors intensified when the pair was seen courtside at Staples Center during Game 5 of the Western Conference quarterfinals.
A source close to the situation told ET that the two were just good friends. They were just having fun and that Ludwig is years younger than Vonn. The 31-year-old athlete turned celebrity later shared to TMZ that she is “open-minded” about having a relationship with the 24-year-old actor.
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