ASPEN, Colo. -- Snowmobile Freestyle competitor Colten Moore collected his second X Games gold medal Thursday, opening X Games Aspen 2014 with an emotional win that he dedicated to his older brother, Caleb, who died from …
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — 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 — …
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, …
A former all-terrain vehicle racer, Moore switched over to snowmobiles as a teenager and quickly rose to the top of the sport. He won four Winter X Games medals, including a bronze last season when his younger brother, Colten, captured …
Even if Colten Moore doesn't win a medal in Aspen, he's made a major statement just by taking part. Last year, Colten's brother, Caleb, crashed attempting a backflip during the Snowmobile Freestyle finals, with his snowmobile landing on …
On his ride in an ambulance, snowmobiler Colten Moore was thinking of a witty comment to cheer up his older brother, who had crashed moments before him at the Winter X Games and was already at the hospital. "I was going to roll up next to …
Never far behind him was his younger brother Colten. “I can pretty much say he taught me everything I know,” Colten Moore said. “When we raced together, he pushed me to go faster and made me jump jumps that I wouldn’t have done. Even if I …
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The courageous Colten Moore competed in the 2014 Winter X Games Snowmobile Freestyle on Thursday and captured the gold medal. The 24-year-old's score of 91.33 on the opening run was enough to garner the top prize in Aspen, Colo. But …
The best racers in the nation were here in October for the ATV Pro Challenge in Memory of Caleb Moore, which offered $30,000 in total prize money, a record for the sport. Caleb Moore showed up on this circuit as a teenager and hooked …