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Roxbury, Connecticut native and snowboarder Lindsey Jacobellis has won two gold medals in Beijing, representing Team USA in the 2022 Winter Olympics.

Jacobellis won Team USA's first gold medal a few days ago in the women’s snowboard cross final.

And on Friday, she won another gold medal with teammate Nick Baumgartner in the mixed team snowboard cross.

Meanwhile, another CT native, Zachary Donohue, will compete this weekend to represent Team USA.

Donohue, 31, is one-half of one of the best ice dancing teams in the United States with skating partner, Madison Hubbell.

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Zachary Donohue and Madison Hubbell of the United States skate in the rhythm dance at Orleans Arena, Oct. 23, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The duo competed in PyeongChang Winter Games in 2018, but finished in fourth place.

But the pair is ready for the 2022 Winter Olympics to clinch a medal.

"We have so much we are pushing for, right to the end, there isn’t a moment we are kind of resting or riding it out,” Donohue said.

The Winter Olympics began with an Opening Ceremony on Feb. 4, 2022. The closing ceremony will be held on Feb. 20. That's 19 days filled with Olympics action across 15 winter sports. Let us help you unpack the latest news out of Beijing — sign up for our Winter Olympics newsletter.

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