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 …
WHEELER — Colten Moore, brandishing a medal in honor of his older brother, addressed a crowded sanctuary Thursday at First Baptist Church in Wheeler. They were there for the funeral of four-time Winter X Games medalist and former …
ASPEN, Colo. — Attempting to become the first to land a double backflip on a snowmobile in competition, Colten Moore was injured at the X Games and was transported away from Buttermilk Mountain in an ambulance. Moore, 27, …
After his crash, Moore was moving and asked his brother Colten what happened. Caleb Moore walked away from the landing area. Colten Moore crashed on the same jump about 30 minutes later and suffered a separated pelvis. Caleb …
Thirty two. That's how many days brothers Caleb and Colten Moore had between their first sled ride on snow and their first major snowmobile competition. That means that 33 days ago, the brothers from Krum, Texas (average annual snowfall …
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 …
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 …