Why couldn’t this gossip about Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods having heated Sochi-related arguments have started before the Katie Couric interview?
In October, Vonn said, “We’ll see,” when “Access Hollywood” asked if the most decorated U.S. skier’s man-friend — the world’s most famous golfer — would be cheering her on in February at the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
“He doesn’t like the cold very much,” Vonn told AH.
Now the Nov. 18 National Enquirer is claiming, as the headline reads, “Tiger & Lindsey Going Downhill Fast.”
The lovebirds are reportedly fighting and Vonn is furious with Woods because he’s chosen the Accenture Match Play Championship in Arizona over her slalom events.
The 2014 Olympics is an especially big deal because some are questioning whether Vonn can do well so soon after wrecking her right knee in a horrific crash in February at the world championships in Austria.
Via Twitter, I asked Vonn Monday if there was any truth to these reports that Tiger is not attending the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Surprisingly, I have not heard back from her.
I’m sure these reports of arguments would have been a question Couric would’ve asked when she recently interviewed Vonn, who claimed Woods made her “very happy.”
That happiness can’t last if the gold medalist doesn’t feel supported after all the time she has spent at golf tournaments — which she told a recent Afton Alps crowd she finds boring because they take so long.
Can’t image Tiger’s balking. He could have a couple of heated tents erected so he could work on his putting and driving. Woods not going to Sochi sends as strong a message. But then again, the only child around whom most of his life has always revolved really needs that Accenture money and prestige, while Olympic champions compete forever.
Crow headlines local concert
Sheryl Crow has been booked to headline a special concert in Cottage Grove for the 15th annual Canadian Pacific Holiday Train.
Crow will be joined by Take 6 at the Dec. 14 fundraiser for Friends in Need Food Shelf, in Cottage Grove.
The 5 p.m. concert, which will be preceded by family-friendly holiday events starting at 4 p.m., will take place at the CP Yard in Cottage Grove.
The three-week journey of CP’s 2013 Holiday Train, which starts in Scranton, Pa., will stop in 26 Minnesota communities on the railway company’s mission to raise awareness of hunger by collecting food and money. The event is free, but concertgoers are asked to make donations of nonperishable food items or toiletries, or cash.
A special guitar
Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails recently left St. Paul’s X with a very special guitar.