Lindsey Jacobellis landed on the podium at the 2023 FIS World Championships. The season has been marred by lack of contestable snow and though Lindsey has been training in Europe for months, she has only competed in one other event.
Awesome result in Georgia for Lindsey getting 3rd in a stacked class of SBX athletes.
Lindsey Jacobellis, in conjunction with her partner Nick Baumgartner, won the gold in the first Olympic mixed snowboard cross race. She and Nick both laid down dominant performances and took the top spot making that two golds for Lindsey.
Lindsey Jacobellis did it! First gold for Team USA. Finally she got the gold medal after 5 Games…a record tying feat in itself. Lindsey was on point all day racing to the top spot in all but her initial time trial qualifying heat.
Lindsey Jacobellis has been included in a series of Winter Games athletes by Dolphin Entertainment. Desgined by Anthony Franciso and available on FTX.us, the NFT’s are part of Dolphin’s “Winter Sports Champions” series.
Lindsey Jacobellis has signed a deal to collaborate with NASM for 2021/22. Lindsey, a certified personal trainer has used NASM for her credentials. Lindsey is collaborating with NASM to promote their certification program and will be shooting content with them exclusively. Congrats LJ.
Lindsey Jacobellis has signed a new deal with supplement company Beam as an official sponsor. At the core of Beam products is CBD but they pride themselves on product blends that take benefits from multiple sources to deliver the best possible results.
Lindsey will be repping the brand throughout the 2020 and into 2021.
Lindsey Jacobellis has signed a multi-year deal with helmet company Bern this week. On the heels of a second place podium in Austria, look for Lindsey to continue rocking Bern Helmets through the 2022 Olympic season.
Lindsey Jacobellis continues her tear on the 2018/19 SBX season finishing with an exciting win at Feldberg in Germany. After a slow start due to a faulty gate, LJ came back from behind to convincingly take the win in a stacked heat. To see the victorious run you can go HERE.
Lindsey Jacobellis didn’t 6-peat in the individual races but got 5th overall and just missed finals by fractions of a second. She did, however, make history by winning gold, and her 6th gold medal, in the first ever mixed heat championships. Partnering with Team USA’s Mick Dierdorff, LJ came from behind early and dominated her race landing her in first and winning the gold.
We are so excited for Lindsey and her sixth gold medal!