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Tiger Woods has tooth knocked out at ceremony for girlfriend’s record-setting win

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CORTINA D’AMPEZZO, Italy (AP) — Lindsey Vonn won a race and Tiger Woods lost a tooth in Italy. Vonn is now the winningest skier in women’s Alpine history. She won a super-G in Italy for her record 63rd World Cup, a day after she tied the record held by Annemarie Moser-Proell for 35 years.

At the end of her run she was welcomed by boyfriend Woods. Vonn says she had no idea the former world No. 1 in golf would be on hand for the race. Wearing a mask, Woods weaved through the crowd unnoticed until he shared an emotional embrace with Vonn.

Woods paid for his devotion to Vonn as his agent says the golfer lost a tooth when hit in the face by a videographer during the awards ceremony.