Originally posted on Sportress of Blogitude  |  Last updated 2/9/13

It looks like those rumors about Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn being an item might not have been as far-fetched as previously believed. Or Tiger Woods is just a really good friend. TMZ has an exclusive photo of the private jet of Tiger Woods sitting on a runway in Salzburg, Austria on Friday morning reportedly to pick up an injured Lindsey Vonn, who tore two ligaments in her right knee and suffered a tibial fracture on Tuesday in a violent crash during the Super-G of the Alpine World Championships. Rumors began swirling and speculation later ensued about a possible relationship between the two superstars of sport in late January, and whether or not this European pick-up is evidence that the two are romantically involved or if it is simply a noble gesture of one very rich friend who owns a private jet on the behalf of his pal who needed a flight back to the United States is really “up in the air” at the moment. Heh. Up in the air. TMZ has an additional  photo showing Tiger’s ex-wife, Elin Nordegren boarding the very same airplane, essentially to remove any doubt that the plane is the very same aircraft that Tiger uses to jet-set around the globe. [photo via US Magazine] TweetThe post Tiger Woods reportedly sends private jet to pick up Lindsey Vonn in Austria appeared first on Sportress of Blogitude.

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