Fresh off the back of winning Team USA's first gold medal of this year's Winter Games on Wednesday, Lindsey Jacobellis will be back in action at Beijing 2022.
The women's snowboard cross champion will line up for the mixed team event on Saturday in the hope of adding yet more success.
After near misses at previous Games, the 36-year-old finally topped the podium at her fifth Winter Olympics earlier this week and was elated by her achievement.
It's been a story of redemption for Jacobellis, who infamously won an Olympic silver in 2006 after throwing away her lead while attempting to showboat.
Safe to say there were no such mistakes this time around.
"This feels incredible because this level that all the women are riding at is a lot higher than it was 16 years ago," Jacobellis told reporters after winning the gold. "So I felt like I was a winner just that I made it into finals, because that's been a challenge every time.
"All these ladies out here have the potential to win and today it just worked out for me that my starts were good, that my gliding was great," she added.