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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. (AP) — 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 up ...
The Huffington Post · ByPat Graham · 1/26/2014
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
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A few hours before his sons were strapped to stretchers and slotted into separate ambulances, having crashed their 500-pound snowmobiles upon landing from 100-foot jumps, Wade Moore discussed what it was like to watch Caleb and Colten Moore fly …
New York Times · ByJohn Branch · 1/25/2013
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 ...
New York Post · 1/24/2014
Colten Moore adroitly steered his 450-pound snowmobile around the X Games track Thursday night, launching off kickers and contorting his body into gravity-defying poses. When he finished, he raised his hands toward the heavens, flashing three digits on …
theguardian.com · 1/27/2014
The last week of January will always be one that freestyle snowmobiler Colten Moore will never forget – but after last weekend, it’s memorable for both the highest – and lowest – moments of his life. Last year, Colten’s older brother, Caleb, was ...
CRAVE ONLINE · ByEd Miller · 1/27/2014
Google "Colten Moore" and you'll find that there are two young North Texas men of that name currently making headlines. One, 24, from Krum , just scored an inspiring snowmobiling victory at the X Games, one year after brother Caleb was killed trying to do ...
Dallas Observer Blog · ByEric Nicholson · 1/24/2014
Snowmobiler Colten Moore took home an X Games gold medal during a freestyle competition on Thursday and dedicated the emotional podium to his older brother, Caleb, who died from injuries sustained in last year’s competition. Joe Parsons and Heath …
Haute Living · 1/24/2014
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 up another victory ...
NBC Dallas-Fort Worth 5 · ByPat Graham · 1/23/2014
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