Retired Olympian Lindsey Vonn has asked her fans for help after suffering a jellyfish sting.
The ex-skier also showed a picture of the tracks left by the animal in her Instagram story on Tuesday.
Vonn, 38, posted a photo of the back of her leg with a large swollen red spot on her thigh.
“Any tips for getting stung by a giant jellyfish?” she captioned the post.
The 2010 Olympic gold medalist later documented herself trying one of the suggested remedies, soaking the wound in hot water.
Finally, Vonn shared a close-up of the red spots on her leg.
“How worried should I be?” she asked, adding a fear emoji slider.
The jellyfish accident occurred just over a month after surgery on his right knee.
Lindsey showed her stitched wounds and explained the details of the procedure an Instagram video.
“Big reveal…what do the scars look like?!” she asked in the caption.
“A week after surgery they are a little rough but they are doing well! The stitches will have to be cut soon…”
Vonn underwent surgery on the same knee in March 2022.
The former athlete then said that she may need a knee replacement in the future due to the strain her career has placed on her body.
Injuries forced Vonn to retire in 2019.
In her 19-year professional career, she won gold in the downhill at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver and bronze in the super-G and downhill eight years later in South Korea.