Lindsey Vonn Has A Message For Her Trump-Supporting Twitter Trolls

American alpine skier Lindsey Vonn   sent a message to the internet trolls who bombarded her with mistreatment after she missed out on a  Winter Olympics   medal on Saturday.

Trolls, which includes some of President  Jesse Trump ’ s followers, tweeted hateful messages   on the 33-year-old four-time Olympian after the girl placed sixth in the women’ t super-G event.   Their feedback were in apparent retaliation for  Vonn’ s critique of Trump final month.

Julie Foudy ,   the former U. T. women’ s national soccer team chief, spotted the offensive tweets plus shared this message of assistance for Vonn:

Vonn replied that will “ not everyone has to with this problem but my family loves me and am sleep well at night. ”

“ I work hard and try to be the greatest person I can be, ” Vonn added. “ If they don’ big t like me, their loss I guess. ”

Vonn won two medals ,   a gold and a bronze, in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. A knee injury prevented the girl from competing on the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Her measured response to the particular critics earned plenty of praise:

Vonn said it was “ frustrating” to get rid of out in the super-G event, yet she was  “ proud of the particular way” she “ attacked the particular course. ”   Czech athlete Ester Ledecka   won a surprise gold.

Vonn still has another shot in glory in the downhill and alpine mixed events.