|Date of Birth:||1984, October 19|
|Age:||34 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Lindsey Caroline Vonn|
|Famous Name||Lindsey Vonn|
|Net Worth||$6 million|
|Divorce||Thomas Vonn (m. 2007–2013)|
Lindsey Caroline Vonn, best known as Lindsey Vonn, is an American retired alpine skier who has won four World Cup championships in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2012. She has also won a gold medal in the 2010 Olympic Games.
The thirty-four years is currently dating her boyfriend, P.K. Subban. As of 2019, Vonn's net worth is approximately $6 million.
Lindsey Vonn has an estimated net worth of $6 million as of 2019, mostly earned through her Ski career. Further, her career earning from prize money is recorded to be around $1.4 Million.
In 2013-14, her annual income was about $3 million including her prize money and endorsement amount.
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In 2018 season, Vonn earned more than $200,000 in prize money.
She owns a house in Lionshead, Vail, Colorado which costs $2.460 million. She has a long list of cars and boats. Vonn is usually seen riding an Audi R8 Spyder ($130,000-150,000) and a Audi RS6 ($124,000 to $140,000).
In 2013, she signed endorsements with Head, Oakley, Red Bull, Rolex, and Under Armour, which is the additional source of her earnings.
On 29th September 2007, Lindsey Vonn tied the knot with her fellow 2002 Olympian and former U.S Ski Team athlete Thomas Vonn at the Silver Lake Lodge in Deer Valley, Utah.
The couple spent four years together and later decided to end their marital relationship and eventually divorced on 9th January 2013.
Later, she met golfer Tiger Woods at a charity event in 2012. Vonn and Woods started dating each other in March 2013 and split in May 2015.
She then briefly dated Canadian actor Alexander Ludwig in 2016. After tragic separation with Ludwig, Vonn had an affair with Kenan Smith in November 2016. However, the couple broke up in November of 2017.
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Currently, she is in an open relationship with Ice hockey defenceman, P. K. Subban. The two often shares the adorable picture via their official socials.
A native of Saint Paul, Minnesota, Lindsey Vonn was born on 18th October 1984 to Linda Anne and Alan Lee Kildow. Her birth sign is Libra. Vonn holds an American nationality and belongs to Norwegian ancestry. She grew up with her four siblings in Burnsville, Minnesota. She has two brothers named Reed Kildow and Dylan Kildow, and two sisters named Karin Kildow and Laura Kildow.
At the early age of two, Vonn started skiing and subsequently moved to Erich Sailer’s prominent development program at Burnsville’s Buck Hill. Her father, who had won a national junior title before a knee injury at 18, motivated Lindsey to work hard.
At 10, Vonn met Picabo Street, an Olympic gold-medalist racer, whom she considers her paradigm and idol. He later served as her skiing mentor. She is a graduate of the University of Missouri High School, a distance K-12 high school for Distance and Independent Study.
Lindsey pursued her skiing career as a child at Buck Hill Ski and Snowboard in Burnsville, Minnesota. Later, she attended lessons at Ski Club Vail, an alpine racing program, afterward extended and renamed into Ski & Snowboard club Vail that taught skier from age 6 and up.
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During her first year at the club, Vonn skied under Coach Colby S. Scudder, who was the only female coach in Ski Club Vail. The following year, she moved into the age class program and skied under Alpine Ski Coaches Gus Pernetz, Todd A. Rash, Chip Woods, and Reid Phillips.
Von debuted in the World Cup on 18th November 2000, in Park City, Utah, when she was only 16.
Lindsey Vonn made her first Olympic debut in 2002 at the age of 17. She won a silver medal at the U.S. Alpine Championships at Mt. Alyeska Resort, Girdwood, Alaska, in 2004, and also competed at the World Championship held in Bormio, Italy in 2005. She was finished third in the Women's World Cup held in Åre, Sweden in 2007.
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Vonn has won four World Cup overall championships in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2012. Furthermore, she won 5 titles in Super-G (2009-2012, and 2015), a record eight World Cup season titles in the downhill discipline (2008-13, 2015, 2016), as well as 3 consecutive titles in the combined (2010-12). Vonn also won the 20th Word Cup Crystal Globe title, an all-time record among men or women. In the 2010 Winter Olympics, Vonn took home a gold medal in the downhill, being the first ever American woman in the event.
Lindsey Vonn is one of six women who has won World Cup races in all 5 disciplines of alpine skiing and has won overall 77 World Cup races in her career until 6th February 2016. As on now, Lindsey Vonn is the most successful American ski racer in history following her 77 World Cup victories, Olympic gold and Bronze medals, 4 overall World Cup titles, and 5 World Championship gold medals.
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In the year 2010, she was awarded the Laureus Sportswoman of the Year Award as well as the United States Olympic Committee Sportswoman of the Year.
Due to her injuries, Vonn missed several seasons, including almost all of 2013 and 2014. Before she returned back in 2015, she also served as an NBC news correspondent, covering the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
On February 10, 2019, she retired after winning a bronze medal in women's downhill
Lindsey Vonn has made her appearances on the numerous TV shows including The Today Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, and Access Hollywood. On 24th of May 2010, she made her appearance as a guest star in the final series episode of Law & Order.
Vonn came into sight in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition which featured Olympians from the 2010 Winter Games where she was photographed nude except for body paint which ultimately ranked her no. 59th on Maxims Hot 100 list 2010.