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Boardercross legend Lindsday Jacobellis achieved a career accomplishment on March 18th at the World Cup in Montafon, earning second place in the race and her 60th World Cup podium.

The 5-time Olympian and 2-time Olympic gold medalist shared her excitement on Instagram, stating simply, "So happy to get on the podium in #Montafon #Austria 🥈 #60".

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Lindsay has been a force in boardercross for two decades. She is the most decorated women boardercross competitor of all time. In the 2022 Winter Olympics, she clenched her first gold medals, adding to an already stacked trophy collection. Following the Olympics, Lindsay released a book titled, Unforgiving: Legends from the Fall, which chronicles her life and career competing.

In snowboarding media, boardercross generally doesn't get enough love for how gnarly it is. Going as fast as possible down a challenging course, toe-to-toe with a bunch of other riders? The skill and mental toughness it takes to navigate this discipline of snowboarding is immense. Congrats, Lindsay on this podium and career accomplishment.

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