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Celebrity I Spy: Inside the rope with sport's great and good

By Susie East

Updated 1928 GMT (0328 HKT) April 13, 2015
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Not much snow around here ... Record-breaking ski star Lindsey Vonn -- who's won the downhill World Cup title seven times -- graced the greens of Augusta to watch her boyfriend Tiger Woods in action at The Masters. He finished tied for 17th overall, with 21-year-old Jordan Spieth taking the green jacket. TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images
What are retired Spanish tennis player Alex Corretja and model Martina Klein doing in a graveyard? Attending Andy Murray's wedding of course! Wimbledon and U.S. Open winner Murray married Kim Sears at Dunblane Cathedral on Saturday. Alex Huckle/Getty Images
Ever the (Wimbledon) bridesmaid, former British No. 1 Tim Henman -- who never progressed past the semifinals at the All England Tennis Club -- hiked north, looking very dapper at the "royal wedding of Scotland." Alex Huckle/Getty Images
Lights, camera, Aldon! Joined by presenter Nessa, NFL star Aldon Smith tackled the MTV Movie Awards in glamorous fashion on Sunday. Rich Polk/Getty Images for MTV
Former gold medal-winning hurdler Edwin Moses (L) checked out the Silver Arrows' ride at the Chinese Grand Prix -- Mercedes went on to win despite Nico Rosberg's (R) frustration with Lewis Hamilton's slow pace. Clive Mason/Getty Images
After making a documentary with Chinese kung fu fighting superstar Jackie Chan, Australian soccer player Tim Cahill also soaked up the atmosphere of F1's Chinese Grand Prix -- where the cars were fast as lightning. Mark Thompson/Getty Images
Zara Phillips (center) has many hats -- equestrianism and royalty being two of them. The silver medal-winning Olympian (and second-eldest grandchild of Queen Elizabeth II) graced the Grand National on Saturday where 25-1 outsider Many Clouds raced to victory. Richard Martin-Roberts/Getty Images
Is French tennis player Richard Gasquet (L) eyeing up a music career? Here he is with former Roland Garros winner Yannick Noah (R) -- who's now a French pop sensation -- hanging out before the start of football's French League Cup final, where Paris Saint-Germain beat Bastia 4-0 to lift the trophy. LOIC VENANCE/AFP/Getty Images