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Height
5-5
Weight
120
 

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Three-time Olympian Lindsey Jacobllis is the most dominant snowboardcross rider in history; she has already written an impressive resume for herself and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Jacobellis is a two-time junior world champion, four-time world champion, Olympic silver medalist and 10-time X Games gold medalist. 

The Stratton Mountain School alum has 27 World Cup wins and 43 total podium finishes in 72 starts--more than any other snowboardcross racer on the planet. She earned her Olympic medal at the 2014 Sochi Olympics and her ten X Games gold medals is the most won by a woman in X Games history (with 12 overall medals she also holds the third-most medals by a snowboarder, behind Shaun White and Kelly Clark). 

After collecting her fourth World Championships title in 2015, Jacobellis went on to have a stellar 2016 season--she won yet another X Games gold medal and never finished outside the top ten on the World Cup circuit, collecting podium finishes in Veysonnaz and Montafon. 

FIRST TRACKS

Big brother "Benny" introduced Lindsey to riding in 1996. She attended Stratton Mountain School in Vermont and was a member of the U.S. Snowboarding team by age 17. 

OFF THE SNOW

When she’s not riding or training, you can find Jacobellis indulging in fashion, shoe collecting, watching movies and hanging out with her friends down in Encinitas. She is an avid surfer and you can find her racking up waves at Ponto in Carlsbad, CA.

 

Highlights

OLYMPICS
Teams: 2006, 2010, 2014
Silver, SBX, Torino, ITA, 2006
5th, SBX, Vancouver, CAN, 2010
7th, SBX, Sochi, RUS, 2014

X GAMES
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2016
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO 2015
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO 2014
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2011
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2010
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2009
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2008
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2005
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2004
Gold, SBX, Aspen, CO 2003
Silver, SBX, Aspen, CO, 2007
Bronze, SS, Aspen, CO, 2003

FIS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Teams: 2005, 2007, 2011, 2015
Gold, SBX, Kreischberg, AUT, 2015
Gold, SBX, La Molina, SPA, 2011
Gold, SBX, Arosa, SUI, 2007
Gold, SBX, Whistler, CAN, 2005
8th, HP, Whistler, CAN, 2005

FIS WORLD CUP
72 career starts since 2003 with 27 wins and 43 career podiums.
1st SBX win Bad Gastein, AUS, 2004

GRAND PRIX
1st, SBX Overall, 2009
1st, SBX Overall, 2008
1st, SBX Overall, 2005