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Six Athlete Couples Who Are Into PDA

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Tiger Woods and Lindsey Vonn made it Facebook official yesterday, announcing their relationship on the social network with a series of photos that -- as Hot Clicks czar Jimmy Traina put it -- look like they were taken at J.C. Penney. To commemorate their public union, Extra Mustard looks at five other memorable instances of athlete-on-athlete PDA.


Rory McIlroy and Caroline Wozniacki

Wozzilroy confirmed their rumored romance in very public fashion in 2011, sharing a kiss while surrounded by the Yale football team after the Danish tennis player's semifinal match at the New Haven Open.

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Maria Kirilenko and Alexander Ovechkin

The superstar winger of the Capitals was the recipient of a wet one after his tennis player girlfriend won a bronze medal at the London Olympics -- and announced his intent to "take (the medal) to Moscow and make party" via Twitter.

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Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf

The royal couple of tennis, who first danced at the winners' ball after the 1999 French Open and were married in 2001, can be seen smooching both on the court and off.

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Jason Kenny and Laura Trott

The Team GB cyclists feted their gold medals with a little necking during the beach volleyball final at the London Olympics (in the immediate vicinity of David Beckham).

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Alex Rodriguez and Torrie Wilson

The Yankee third baseman has never never shy about PDA while dating the former WWE Diva.

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