Out LGBTQ American speedskater Brittany Bowe has had a season of success, capped with wins the last two weekends at major international competitions.

Bowe won the gold medal in the 1,000 meters and a bronze in the 1,500 at last weekend’s ISU Single Distances Speedskating World Championships in Inzell, Germany. A week earlier, she won the 1,000 and 1,500 meters in Norway. She has won 12 world cup medals this season, according to Team USA. She won a bronze medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics,

”Words cannot express how grateful I am to be back on top of the podium, stronger and better than ever,” Bowe wrote on Instagram after her win in Germany,

“I couldn’t ask for a better support system — The US Olympic Committee and US Speedskating staff, coaches, teammates, family, friends, and fans. It brings me so much joy to see everyone elated by my performances this weekend — MY SUCCESS IS YOUR SUCCESS and without your continued support, I wouldn’t be where I am today.This World Title is for YOU, thank you!”

Bowe has not declared if she if LGB or Q, though prior to the Olympics she talked openly about her relationship with a female inline skater. “It’s nice being with somebody that has the same passion, same drive, same goals,” Bowe told NBC in 2017. ”It’s obviously difficult living on different sides of the world. But we’re both focused on our goal. She’s trying to make her team. I’m trying to make my team. So it just works out.”

You can find Brittany Bowe on Instagram @BrittanyBowe, and on Twitter as well. She also has a Facebook fan page.