If you’re going to succeed at ski cross you have to be tough and not averse to a challenge. Case in point, Aleisha Cline. After a dominant career in the early 2000s, where she won four X Games gold medals, U.S. and Canadian national championships, and the 24 Hours of Aspen, Cline retired in 2004 to start a family. In 2009, at 39, she came out of retirement after having two kids to train for the Olympics, but missed making the team, even after a World Cup win at Vancouver’s Cypress Mountain. Despite that, the woman who has been dubbed the “lady dominator” is back in the game and continuing to train with the Canadian team.