Maelle Ricker of Canada took her place on the top of the podium today, after winning gold in Olympic women's snowboardcross finals. Noticably absent from the finals? American Lindsey Jacobellis, who failed to qualify during the semifinals. Ricker, who entered the 2010 Winter Olympics with a clear lead in World Cup standings, sailed to victory ahead of Deborah Anthonioz of France and Switzerland's Olivia Nobs, who placed second and third, respectively.Lindsey Jacobellis, meanwhile, who...Read Full Story
If there's a dominant story arc going through the athletes competing in the 2010 Winter Olympics, it seems to be one of redemption from the 2006 Torino Games. From Bode Miller to Miko Ando to, yes, Lindsey Jacobellis, many seem to be coming to Vancouver hoping to prove to the world that they have changes, and deserve the title of champion. Lindsey Jacobellis, of course, was just 20 year old when she famously flamed out in the 2006 Winter Olympics. Seemingly a lock for a gold medal and...Read Full Story
Lindsey Jacobellis is a member of the U.S. Olympic team at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Lindsey Jacobellis is competing for medals in Olympic Snowboard. Find more Lindsey Jacobellis news, pictures, and information here.Competing with Lindsey Jacobellis in Olympic Snowboard are:Tyler JewellShaun PalmerKevin PearceHannah TeterLouie VitoGraham WatanabeSeth WescottShaun WhiteEvent Schedule:February 15 1:45 PM Snowboard - Men's Snowboard Cross Qualification February 15 2:45 PM...Read Full Story
Lindsey Jacobellis (born August 19, 1985) is an athlete from the United States who competes in snowboard. Find more Lindsey Jacobellis news, pictures, and information here.