Nov 29, 2016 06:00 AM EST

Tiger Woods Ex Lindsey Vonn Moves On To Charlie Ebersol; Star Golfer's Reaction Revealed

By vicmariki

Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods, who were in a relationship for three years until May last year, were one of the most talked-about couples in sports. They faced different judgments and comments on what people thought that was right or wrong for them.

As reported by News, in an interview with E-News Vonn admitted that the media coverage made it hard for the relationship to last.  Even though the two hooked immediately after Von had divorced from her husband Thomas Vonn, the 31-year-old Olympic skier admitted that she never regretted dating Tiger Woods. She said that the relationship had taught her a very huge lesson which was not to concentrate on people's opinions and negativities.

Woods in an interview by the Times magazine in December 2015 admitted that the relationship was doing injustice for both of them because during his weeks off-sports, he was devoted to his kids and thus he could not manage to travel to Europe every now and then to see Lindsey.

According to People, Vonn's relationship status has been on much focus by the media coverage since her break up with Woods last year. It had been earlier rumored that Lindsey seems to have quickly moved on from her breakup with Tiger Woods to Britney Spears' ex, Charlie Ebersol. The 32-year-old, Charlie Ebersol is a writer and producer who is the son of former NBC Sports chief Dick Ebersol. The two were spotted twice over the weekend on September at the US Open.

Months after her break up with Tiger Woods, the Olympic skier broke silence on her relationship status by updating a photo collage on Instagram in honor of Thanksgiving. She posted a pic showing her cuddling her new love interest and wrote "even though I am injured, again I have so much to be thankful; incredible friends, an amazing boyfriend, my family and a lot of loyal supporters."

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