Lindsey Vonn is relishing her retirement from professional skiing!
The blonde beauty, 34, looked sizzling on the Miami Beach sand on Saturday, May 4, 2019 with hockey player boyfriend P.K. Subban.
Heads turned as Vonn rocked a white one-piece swimsuit that showed off her butt cheeks.
She's still an athletic goddess after retiring in February after the 2019 World Championship in Sweden.
The skier was plagued with injuries but still loves sports. Plus, her beau plays for the Nashville Predators hockey team!
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Vonn previously had a high-profile romance with golfer Tiger Woods.
In the winter Olympian's 2016 tell-all book, Vonn revealed her split from Woods happened because he wasn't there for her after she got injured. Both moved on, and the golf star is on top of the world again, winning the Master's and dating Erica Herman.
Vonn and Subban were in Miami for a Harvard University beach retreat as she attended a class at the Business School last year.
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Sexy May Day
Vonn looks fit whether wearing big ski gear or a bathing suit!
The legendary U.S. downhill skier's skimpy suit that flashed her bottom made waves all day.
After breaking up with Woods, Vonn displayed her toned body in latex!
The 5 feet, 10 inch athlete's white suit featured large cut-outs under her arms, and highlighted her long, muscular legs.
Vonn accessorized her beach look with a gold necklace and a silvery watch, and wore a pair of blue-tinted reflective aviator sunglasses.
Vonn's boyfriend, who plays defense for the Nashville Predators hockey team, covered up with a white v-neck shirt and a pair of red shorts.
Vonn and Subban have been dating since 2018. They first publicly showed their love at the CMT Awards in June. Subban's Nashville Predators team lost in the NHL Playoffs to the Stars, so now they can enjoy time off together.
Gone Girl Skier
Vonn retired in February, after the completion of the world championships in Sweden. Knee pain from years of injuries forced the Olympian to hang up her skis.