What you might not know about Jacobellis is that she also used to compete in slope and pipe.
Winter X 2003
Jacobellis won her first WX gold in 2003 and never looked back. This year she also won a bronze in Snowboard Pipe.
We're thinking that the pitch to get Jacobellis to represent the "use our stuff and you'll look fantastic" hair product company wasn't really a hard sell.
You can take the woman out of the race, but you can't take the race out of the woman. Jacobellis hits up Big Bear's 10-mile "Tough Mudder" race over Memorial Day weekend.
They say diamonds are a girl's best friend. Lindsey and Gidget would disagree.
The method heard around the world. What's often forgotten about this moment is the fact that Jacobellis was so far ahead of the pack that she was still able to nab silver after falling and losing all her speed right before the finish line.
She might not have won Olympic gold in 2010, but in 2011 she redeemed her rep by adding another title to her long list of accolades: FIS World Champion.
What a typical boardercross finish looks like, when Jacobellis is a part of the race.
Three times has to be a charm. Jacobellis holds such a competitive edge over the boardcross field, she is sure to still be a favorite going into the 2014 Olympics. Make no mistake: she's going to get that gold.