2014: Olympic Team
2010: Olympic Team
2006: Olympic Silver medalist
2015: Gold at World Championships
2011: Gold at World Championships
2007: Gold at World Championships
2005: Gold at World Championships
43 World Cup Podiums
27 World Cup Wins
10x X Games Gold Medalist SBX
2007: X Games Silver Medalist SBX
2003: X Games Bronze in Slopestyle
2009: Visa U.S. SBX champion
2008: Visa U.S. SBX champion
2007: 2nd at Tamarack Grand Prix (HP)
2005: Overall Grand Prix Champion (HP)
2003: Junior Worlds HP Champ
2002: Junior Worlds SBX Champ
Arguably the most dominant snowboardcross rider in the business, Lindsey Jacobellis started at age 11 racing snowboardcross at a local event held at Stratton Mountain, VT. Jacobellis was first invited to compete in the X Games at the age of 15, and 2011 marked yet another year of her taking down wins left and right. Known for being very competitive and loving her sport, Jacobellis has enjoyed seeing the sport grow just as she has, and is happy to be a part of it. Jacobellis now holds the record for most Gold medals won at Winter X Games for any female. She has been on the World Cup tour for 14 years and is looking towards another Olympics.
Big brother “Benny” introduced Lindsey to riding in 1996, ten years later she’s the World Champion and Olympic silver medalist – not bad for progression. You could also credit Stratton Mountain School for a program that allows students to ride everyday and go to high school.
OFF THE SNOW:
I love surfing, animals and fashion. During the summer I am usually in California enjoying some much needed time off from being in my boots. I spend most of my days working out to get ready for the next winter season.