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Golf legend Tiger Woods' cover story rejecting a rumoured fling with skiing beauty Lindsey Vonn went downhill rapidly today (Wednesday) - after reports that he'd arrived in Salzburg, Austria, at the same time as the Olympic champion.
When they were linked the cover story was that her brother had been given a ski teacher job by Woods.
But now Woods has been snapped walking around the snow-covered city wearing a pair of shorts after making an apparently unscheduled break on a trip to the Abu Dhabi Open in the United Arab Emirates.
Meanwhile, Vonn was also in Salzburg giving an interview on her sponsors' Red Bull's TV channel talking about her marriage split and her battle with depression.
Although she wasn't asked directly about Woods, she said: "Things go on – there's a new life for me.
"After my divorce, I had to take the next step and talk about these things. I had to turn that page, I was honest and in the future, I have to look more closely at myself.
"At last, I have control over my life," she added.
Woods and Vonn were linked two months ago when Woods was spotted in Vonn's home town in Vail, Colorado, in the USA.
At the time, Vonn claimed that her ski instructor brother was teaching Woods' children to ski.
Woods was divorced by his wife Elin Nordegren three years ago after admitting to a series of sordid affairs.
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