Seven weeks after a tragedy on the snowmobile course marred the Winter X Games, ESPN decided to scrap the best trick competition, saying it was a move the network had been considering before Caleb Moore’s death in Aspen.
A snowmobiler had a close call over the weekend in Routt County.
The 25-year-old innovative freestyle snowmobile rider Caleb Moore has died after being injured in a crash last week during the Winter X Games in Colorado.
Snowmobiler Caleb Moore was in critical condition Tuesday in a Colorado hospital after a dramatic crash at the Winter X Games in Aspen, and a relative said the family wasn’t hopeful about the 25-year-old’s chances for survival.
Concerns are riding high for X Games participant Caleb Moore as his condition remains critical at a hospital in Grand Junction. Safety is a concern after his and other scary crashes involving snowmobiles this year’s games.
Snowmobile rider Caleb Moore underwent heart surgery Friday morning, a day after a horrific crash in the freestyle event at the Winter X Games.
The roar of snowmobile engines, excited chatter of commentators over loudspeakers and the cheers of the crowd create a jubilant cacophony in Aspen every year at ESPN’s Winter X Games.
A snowboarder from Chicago is safe after getting lost in the Colorado backcountry. Thomas Pazerunas went the wrong way off a lift in Vail’s Blue Sky Basin.