“I’m not a cold weather person,” Lindsey Vonn embarks on a fresh start in Miami following retirement from ice

The Minnesota ski champion Lindsey Vonn shares details about her foundation, and her post-retirement life.


“I’m not a cold weather person,” Lindsey Vonn embarks on a fresh start in Miami following retirement from ice

Lindsey Vonn (Pic Credit: Imago)

Lindsey Vonn, a former Olympic skier born in Minnesota and raised in Colorado recently made a huge confession. She claimed that she does not like cold weather, even though she used to ski in the snow. Embracing a stark contrast, she finds solace in Miami’s warmth, where she acquired a house by the water in 2022.

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“I’m not a cold weather person,” the ski queen said. Adding humorously that she has grown accustomed to the mild temperatures of her new environment. On occasion, when the mercury touched 75 degrees, she even felt a chill, signaling a swift and dramatic adaptation.

Retired in 2019, Vonn relishes her coastal existence, having recently invested in a boat, which she enjoys taking out onto the water whenever possible. It should not be inferred that she enjoys an abundance of leisure time. She is involved in several charitable organizations, has a stake in Angel City FC, and advocates for brands such as Under Armour.

Nonetheless, her primary responsibility involves heading the Lindsey Vonn Foundation. Girls between the ages of 10 and 18 who need extra support are assisted by this organization. The foundation fosters these young women through developmental programs and academic grants. This was started by her upon the suggestion of Picabo Street, whom she met at a young age.

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Vonn would credit Street as her hero and the main reason for her choosing a path in sport and becoming an Olympian. The 39-year-old’ foundation camps are not only about sports. This shows how she is dedicated to encouraging and helping young girls to follow their dreams with confidence.

Lindsey Vonn bought two houses in Miami with her boyfriend Diego Osorio

Former Olympic skiing champion Lindsey Vonn has acquired a new residence in Miami Beach, for which she has dispensed $10.5 million. This luxurious estate is located at 3605 Flamingo Drive and boasts a grand 6,200 square feet, comprising six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Positioned on a sprawling half-acre tract, it grants approximately 100 feet of direct access to the Intracoastal Waterway.

Lindsey Vonn and Diego Osorio
Lindsey Vonn and Diego Osorio [Image Credit- People Magazine]

Vonn and her partner Diego Osorio, who is an actor and owns Lobos 1707 Tequila, want to sell their property at 970 South Shore Drive in Miami Beach. Vonn has gained recognition for her success in skiing, while Osorio has made a name for himself in the acting and business industries. Official records and current listings reveal that this property has been placed on the market for $5.3 million through Hernandez and Sereny.

They acquired the 3,000-square-foot domicile last year for $4.4 million. The Flamingo Drive residence, previously a holiday abode for Campau—who purchased it for $10.2 million a year prior—was sold as Campau now concentrates on business endeavors in Aspen, an insider notes. Beck’s expertise was instrumental in the preceding unpublicized transaction of the property.

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