Woods, Nordegren Together for Kids - Tiger's New Girlfriend Lindsey Vonn Upset with Ski Officials
Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren were spotted together for the kids this weekend, the divorced couple attended a baseball game in Jupiter, Florida with their two children Samantha, five, and Charlie, three.
Some have wondered if they are getting back together since they attended a youth sporting event together, but it appears they are just two divorced parents trying to play nice together for the sake of the kids.
TMZ repoorts that Elin and Tiger were cordial, perhaps she approves of Woods' new girlfriend.
Reports have claimed Tiger's new girlfriend is Lindsey Vonn, and the American ski champion is injured and healing after surgery on her leg. (See photos here).
She injured her leg in a ski crash in Austria and is unhappy with ski officials who approved the race under questionable conditions and ripped them earlier this week.
"I don't think the jury made the right call," Vonn said to journalists on a teleconference, 17 days after she crashed landing a jump in the world championships super-G, tearing the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in her right knee and fracturing the tibia bone in her right leg, reports USA Today.
"The fog came in and delayed the start of the race. We were waiting on the edge of our seats for hours. I had no chance to go back to my bus and relax. When I was at the start, I was ready to go, but I had no idea what the course conditions were. I inspected the course at 8 a.m. and I ran the course at about 3:15.
"I skied aggressively, but when I was skiing, I couldn't believe the conditions. The snow was too soft. It had broken down. I didn't think it was safe."
Danger lurked for Vonn off a big jump that she took fast and flew farther than the rest of the skiers that day. Her right ski landed in a pile of soft snow.
"My right knee completely stopped," she said. "That's when my knee buckled, and I flipped over the tip."
When she came to a stop, while lying on the snow she actually called her coach, Alex Hoedlmoser, who was one of the race jury members.
"I told Alex, 'They should stop the race. It's not safe to run,' " Vonn said. "Apparently they didn't do that. I just hope in the future they really think hard about what the conditions are like, because athlete safety should come first and foremost."
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