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Lindsey Vonn Denies Dating Tim Tebow

Lindsey Vonn

United States' Lindsey Vonn celebrates on the podium after winning the women's World Cup super-G ski competition in Beaver Creek, Colo. on Wednesday Dec. 7, 2011. (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati)

What’s going on here?

Rumors are swirling that olympic skier, Lindsey Vonn, is dating Denver Broncos comeback-quarterback Tim Tebow. Vonn is denying these rumors, even after she was seen sitting in Tebow’s family box last Sunday against the Chicago Bears.


Vonn, who is divorcing her husband, took to Twitter to announce that these rumors are false.

“Hearing a lot of crazy rumors but rest assured I am NOT dating Tim Tebow (or anyone else). I’m just friends with his family,” she tweeted.

She has also been photographed Tebowing, but that doesn’t prove anything, because everybody is joining in on the Tebow craze. She also explained why she was on hand to watch Tebow carry the Broncos to another comeback victory.

Vonn wrote in the Denver Post that she got to know Tebow at the ESPY’s, and they spent more time together at other events. She also knows most of his family now, Vonn wrote.

“A lot of people are wondering what’s up with me and the Tebows,” she wrote. “I’m just friends with the family. I met Tim and his brother Pete at the ESPY Awards like three or four years ago in the gym — we were working out there. I spent more time with Tim and his brother at the V Foundation Golf Tournament, and this year at the ESPYs.

“Tim presented me with my ESPY award this year, and we kind of chatted. I said, ‘If you want to come up to Vail and ski, let me know.’ Robby invited me to one of their games a few weeks ago.”

A representative for Vonn also denied the rumors saying, “Lindsey is just friends with the Tebow family. Anyone who is trying to suggest any more to their relationship is wrong,” according to the NY Post.




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