Athletes Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn publically announced Saturday that their relationship is over.
Much like Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's "conscious uncoupling" last year, it seems these two coordinated on their messaging: Both cited "hectic" schedules, "cherished" memories of their time together, and their "admiration and respect" for one another.
In a Facebook post, Lindsey Vonn announced she and the golfer had "mutually decided" to end their relationship. They had been officially dating since March 2013.
"After nearly three years together, Tiger and I have mutually decided to end our relationship," Vonn wrote. "I will always cherish the memories that we've created together. Unfortunately, we both lead incredibly hectic lives that force us to spend a majority of our time apart."
She continued: "I will always admire and respect Tiger. He and his beautiful family will always hold a special place in my heart."
Woods posted a similar sentiment on his official website, on a page titled "A Personal Message from Tiger":
"Lindsey and I have mutually decided to stop dating," he wrote. "I have great admiration, respect and love for Lindsey and I'll always cherish our time together. … Unfortunately, we lead very hectic lives and are both competing in demanding sports. It's difficult to spend time together."
The two were spotted together as recently as last month, when Woods played in the Masters tournament.
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