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ASPEN, Colo. — Colten Moore parked his sled atop the hill, celebrating a run by honoring his brother, Caleb. It had been 364 days since a crash in the X Game here caused injuries that ultimately led to Caleb's death at 25. In that quiet moment, Moore ...
USA Today · 1/24/2014
Colten Moore wins a gold medal in the Snowmobile Freestyle final at X Games Aspen 2014. ASPEN, Colo. -- Snowmobile Freestyle competitor Colten Moore collected his second X Games gold medal Thursday, opening X Games Aspen 2014 with an …
X Games · ByColin Bane · 1/23/2014
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) – Snowmobiler Colten Moore reached toward the sky and stuck three fingers into the air on one hand and his index finger up on the other. That number – “31” – belonged to his brother, Caleb. As far as Colten is concerned ...
CBS Denver · 1/24/2014
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One year after the death of his older brother, Caleb, following a snowmobiling crash at X Games Aspen, Colten Moore says he is ready to return to the scene of the accident and compete in Caleb's memory at the same event. Caleb Moore died Jan. 31, 2013 …
ABC News · 1/17/2014
This was certainly the case during a scary moment on Thursday night for freestyle snowmobiler Colten Moore at the Winter X Games. During his semifinal run in the freestyle championships, Moore lost the handle of his snowmobile in the middle of a …
The Huffington Post · 1/27/2012
If ever a family deserved to celebrate, it was the Moore family last night. As mentioned earlier, Colten Moore (the good one) returned to the site of his brother’s fatal crash and won Winter X Games gold. Cheering him on in 8-degree weather were his ...
D Magazine · 1/24/2014
ASPEN — It's been a Moore week at the Winter X Games. Before his gold-medal performance Thursday night on the freestyle course, Colten Moore huddled over his snowmobile in prayer. He was talking to God. To his grandmother. To lost friends. And to …
Denver Post · ByJason Blevins andDenver Post · 1/27/2014
Jake Moore, Hughes Springs, jr.; Preston Moore ... jr. Third basemen — Neil Adcock, Grandview, sr.; Colten Lane, Glen Rose, sr.; Derek Whitsel, Rockdale, sr. Outfielders — Braden Bessire, Muleshoe, sr.; Greg Costilla …
etfinalscore.com · 1 day ago
ASPEN — Everywhere he looks at the Winter X Games, snowmobiler Colten Moore sees little reminders of his older brother. Some are subtle —Caleb's number, 31, on a parking lot sign or a building — and some are heartfelt — Texas-shaped stickers ...
Colorado Springs Gazette · 1/23/2014
ASPEN, COLO. - Snowmobiler Colten Moore reached toward the sky and stuck three fingers into the air on one hand and his index finger up on the other. That number — “31” — belonged to his brother, Caleb. As far as Colten is concerned, No. 31 picked ...
The Star · 1/24/2014