Lindsey Vonn silences the body-shaming haters



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Lindsey Vonn silences the body-shaming haters

Lindsey Vonn, on her Instagram profile of her, shows her perfect curves of her and poin sends a clear message to all of her haters of her, who in the past months have criticized her for photos in bikini where she was seen her cellulite.

She wrote: "You can judge me if you want, but I’ve been working hard in the gym and taking care of me .... so I’m going to post some bikini pics because I’m proud of myself." Former ski champion said: "I'm not a size zero and that's fine by me.

One thing I can assure you all is that I have never edited my photos with Photoshop and I am proud of it. I have never undergone any kind of surgery. plastic. No Botox, no fillers, no mini surgeries. Literally nothing. I'm 100% natural and 100% Lindsey.

" She also admitted that she was very hurt by the ruthless comments of the haters but did not want to give in to body shaming, far from it: "I always remember how my body helped me achieve incredible things in my life and I am proud of how strong I am.

" And she then added: "I don't train for my sport anymore, I'm training to be fit and feel good about myself."

Mikaela Shiffrin's last post

In a long post published on Facebook, the American skier Mikaela Shiffrin expressed her opinion on the season, made up of ups and downs, victories and disappointments, which culminated after a 2020 full of personal problems and pains.

Shiffrin wrote: "Beyond my wildest dreams ... it's hard to put into words how special this season was to me. Thank you to my family, team, sponsors and fans for your support and for believing in me, especially in the moments when I didn’t believe in myself.

Thank you to my mom and my team for their tireless work, the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Team and FIS Alpine World Cup Tour for making the seemingly impossible (a World Cup season from start to finish during a pandemic) happen ...

and thank you to my teammates and competitors for your ever-inspiring skiing. Speaking of, Alice Robinson - that second run was on fire yesterday. And congrats Marta Bassino on the much-deserved GS globe! Alright, now that this season is all wrapped up with a bow ...

I guess it’s about time to start next season, huh?" Among the top athletes of the US national team of the 2010s, she is a specialist in technical disciplines, but has proved to be competitive even in fast ones, so much so that she is among the seven female skiers - with Petra Kronberger, Pernilla Wiberg, Janica Kostelić, Anja Pärson , Lindsey Vonn and Tina Maze - able to win in all five specialties and the only one able to do it in six, with parallel slalom.

She holds two Olympic titles (special slalom in Sochi 2014 and giant slalom in Pyeongchang 2018) and six world championships (special slalom in Schladming 2013, in Vail / Beaver Creek 2015 and in Sankt Moritz 2017 supergiant and special slalom in Åre 2019 and combined in Cortina d 'Ampezzo 2021); in her palmarès she also boasts three general World Cups, a supergiant World Cup, a giant slalom World Cup and six special slalom World Cups.

At the World Championships in Cortina d'Ampezzo 2021 he won a medal in each of the four races he took part in: gold in the combined, silver in the giant slalom and bronze in the supergiant and special slalom. In the World Cup you closed that 2020-2021 season in 4th place in the general classification and in 2nd place both in the giant slalom and in the special slalom, surpassed by the winners Marta Bassino and Katharina Liensberger respectively by 126 and 35 points ; her seasonal podiums were 10, with 3 victories.