Current Residence: Park City, Utah
- 2014 Olympic Winter Games, 7th place
- 2010 Olympic Winter Games, 5th place
- 2006 Olympic Winter Games, silver medalist
- 36-time World Cup medalist (26 gold, seven silver, three bronze)
- Nine-time X Games medalist (seven gold, one silver, one bronze)
- Three-time world champion (2005, 2007, 2011)
- Three-time Grand Prix overall champion (2005, 2008, 2009)
- 2009, World Cup overall champion
- 2007, World Cup overall champion
Fun Facts: Introduced to snowboarding by her brother ... Competed in her first X Games at age 15 ... Hobbies include shoe collecting, movies, fashion and hanging out with friends
U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association
Podiums At U.S. Grand Prix Earn Jacobellis And Deibold Snowboardcross National Titles
Craig Bohnert Jan. 21, 2017
The Olympic medalists took their 45th and fourth world cup podiums, respectively.
10 Superstar Winter Athletes Looking To Leave Their Mark On 2017
Karen Price Jan. 09, 2017
Winter sports are heating up with one year to go until PyeongChang.
Hagen Kearney Takes First Snowboardcross World Cup Win In Epic Re-Run
Craig Bohnert Dec. 16, 2016
Lindsey Jacobellis was third in the women’s race for her 44th podium.
Lindsey Jacobellis Wins 10th Career X Games Gold Medal In Snowboardcross
Darci Miller Jan. 31, 2016
The most decorated rider ever, Jacobellis outduelled the defending Olympic champ in a photo finish.
75 Ways Team USA Athletes Give Back To The World
Lisa Costantini Nov. 15, 2015
Find out how Olympians and Paralympians are making the world a better place, in honor of Philanthropy Day.
Team USA Skiers And Snowboarders Cap Banner Season With 100+ World Podiums
Peggy Shinn March 25, 2015
U.S. athletes combined to win 92 world cup and 17 world championship medals on snow this season.
Meet Team USA’s 35 Women Of Winter
March 08, 2015
Celebrate International Women's Day with a look at 35 of Team USA's top female winter athletes.
Lindsey Jacobellis Wins Fourth Snowboardcross World Title
Associated Press Jan. 16, 2015
Ten years after winning her first world title, the three-time Olympian celebrates her fourth.
A Tale Of Two Riders
Amanda Manci Feb. 16, 2014
Lindsey Jacobellis misses Olympic gold yet again; Faye Gulini fourth
’14 Need To Knows: Snowboarding
Paul D. Bowker Feb. 04, 2014
Shaun White's possible trifecta, doube gold, cab 1080 and more >>