Lindsey Vonn's timeline filled with hate-tweets following Super-G loss

A slip in the final stretch cost American skier Lindsey Vonn a spot on the podium in the women’s super-g on Saturday at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.

The 33-year-old tied for sixth place with a final time of 1:21.48 — just 0.27 seconds behind Czech Republic’s Ester Ledecka, who snuck in to win the gold medal.

Vonn was visibly frustrated after crossing the finish line, and took to Twitter after to share her thoughts on the race.

Almost instantly after she had failed to medal in the event, people took to Twitter to voice their displeasure with the skier. Why?

Back in December, Vonn was openly critical of President Donald Trump, saying that she wouldn’t accept an invitation to the White House after the PyeongChang Olympics.

“I take the Olympics very seriously and what they mean and what they represent, what walking under our flag means in the opening ceremony,” Vonn said in December. “I want to represent our country well. I don’t think that there are a lot of people currently in our government that do that.”

Well, people didn’t forget — and they didn’t let Vonn forget either. Many claimed it was karma. Some said it was #MAGA and their support for Trump. Others even linked her failure to PGA golfer Tiger Woods’ — her ex-boyfriend who failed to make the cut Friday at the Genesis Open.

Now, Vonn didn’t exclusively receive hate tweets. There were plenty of positive responses in there, too. But it was the negative ones that drew most of the attention.

ESPN analyst Julie Foudy even spoke out in Vonn’s defense after reading some of the comments the skier received.

Vonn replied to Foudy the next morning, too.

This isn’t a new problem, either. Ever since Vonn voiced her opinion on the Trump adminstration, she has been receiving hate online. American ski jumper Lindsey Van — whose name is just two letters off from Vonn’s — said she has been receiving hate mail and comments directed for Vonn for weeks.

Vonn will have another chance to medal in the downhill competition on Wednesday. United States teammate Mikaela Shiffrin will also compete in the event.

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