Lindsey Jacobellis is now a snowboarder from the United States. Jacobellis dominated the snowboard cross for over two decades, winning ten X Games and six world championships, but she struggled at the Olympics. Although, just recently she overcame this as she snatched Gold Medal at the ongoing Beijing Winter Olympics 2022 for the USA.
Lindsey Jacobellis was born in Danbury, Connecticut on August 19, 1985. Ben Jacobellis (Father) & Anita Jacobellis (Mother) are her parents and also has one brother named Ben who competed at X Games when he was 15 years old. Lindsey’s mother was afflicted with breast cancer when she was younger but was able to get treatment thanks to early discovery. In a 2014 Instagram post, Lindsey announced her mother cancer-free after ten years. Lindsey graduated attended Stratton Mountain School with a bachelor’s degree. No other details about Lindsey’s education information can’t be retrieved from the internet.
Lindsey Jacobellis Career
Jacobellis has competed in snowboarding events such as Skicross, Snowboard Slopestyle, & Snowboard Halfpipe. On Feb 17, 2006, Jacobellis were reaching the conclusion of the slope with a 43-meter (140-foot), three-second lead against Tanja Frieden from Switzerland in the Olympic gold final of a Snowboard Cross there at the 2006 Winter Olympics. Jacobellis attempted a celebration technique grab on the second-to-last jump, landed just on edge of her snowboard, and tumbled. Frieden won the gold bypassing her; Jacobellis recovered and had to settle for silver. Jacobellis did not advance to a medal-round of the 2010, Winter Olympics at Vancouver because she landed awkwardly during a jump early in her semi-final race and ran through a gate to avoid colliding with another rider, resulting in an instant disqualifier.
She then veered off the path. In the end, she came in fifth place. At the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Jacobellis did not make it to the final round of Snowboard Cross. When she crashed, she was in the lead in the semi-final race. In the overall standings, she came in seventh place. Jacobellis advanced to the final of a winter Olympics at Pyeongchang County, South Korea, and led for the majority of the race, but finished fourth by just.003 seconds, falling off the podium for the second time. Jacobellis won gold in 2022, Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, in the event of a snowboard cross.
As of now on social media platforms, She has over 294k followers and 1613 posts on her handle @lindseyjacobellis Instagram. On Twitter has gained 12k followers on her Twitter handle @lindsjacobellis.
Lindsey Jacobellis Biography
|Real Name||Lindsey Jacobellis|
|Birth Date||August 19, 1985|
|Age (as of 2022)||36 Years|
|Birth Place||Danbury, Connecticut, USA|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 54 kg – in Pounds – 120 lbs|
|Brother||Ben Jacobellis Jr.|
|School||Stratton Mountain School|
|Who is her boyfriend?||Adam Bakkedahl (Ex.)|
Lindsey Jacobellis was in a relationship with a Californian Real Estate Agent Adam Bakkedahl in 2016. However, the couple is still attached or not is a secret. From Lindsey’s web-based media, it appears to be that she is single right now, and she has been focusing on her vocation more. There are no indications of Adam. She has likewise not uncovered her adoration life to the media and has decided to keep it private. So, we can accept that the snowboarder is at a present single.
Lindsey Jacobellis Net Worth
Lindsey Jacobellis’ estimated net worth in 2022 is around $3 million. She makes a lot of money as an American snowboarder, to which he devotes a lot of time and in which he completely presents himself.
- Jacobellis won a medal in slopestyle just at the 2003 Winter X Games.
- She gave up the lead in Snowboard cross there at the 2007 Winter X Games after a crash near the finish line.
- Due to an increase in injuries, she abandoned halfpipe for her competition program in 2008. In 2008, Jacobellis won the gold medal in the Snowboard cross at the Winter X Games XII.
- Lindsey’s mother was afflicted with breast cancer when she was younger but was able to get treatment.