Lindsey Jacobellis won another gold in Beijing, partnering up with Nick Baumgartner to bring home a win in the first-ever mixed team snowboard cross.

With the win, she became the first woman snowboarder to win two gold medals in the same Olympic Games. She also eclipsed her previous record as the oldest woman to win Olympic gold. Jacobellis had previously won gold in the individual snowboardcross, bringing home Team USA’s first gold of the Beijing Olympics. It came 16 years after she won silver in the race at the 2006 Torino Games.

The oldest snowboarders competing in Beijing, they were also the oldest pair racing on Saturday at Genting Snow Park.

“We’re the ‘80s babies and we came in hot today,” Jacobellis said after the win. “We’re really excited about it.”

Her three medals – two gold, one silver – in snowboarding also ties Shaun White, Jamie Anderson and six other Olympians for the most snowboarding medals.

“This has been really incredible,” she said. “I was really happy that my body was feeling great, even though I’m exhausted at the end of the day. All the pain is worth it.”

Team USA notched its first gold medal of the Beijing Games, with Lindsey Jacobellis capturing gold in snowboardcross on Wednesday.

The American snowboarder topped the Olympic podium 16 years after falling just before the race’s finish line in Torino, where she had to settle for silver.

At 36 years old, Jacobellis becomes the oldest snowboarder to medal in the Olympics and the oldest American woman to clinch gold.

“This feels incredible because this level that all the women are riding at is a lot higher than it was 16 years ago,” Jacobellis said following the event. “I felt like a winner just that I made it into finals because that’s been a challenge every time.”

Chloe Trespeuch of France and Canada’s Meryeta Odine rounded out the podium, finishing .21 and .48 seconds behind Jacobellis, respectively.