Winter X Games
Shaun White found himself on the “Road to Couchi” on Sunday — not exactly where he wanted to be with a key Olympic qualifying event going on outside.
It’s less than a year away from the Winter Olympics in Russia, and one of the biggest snowboarding events that leads up to it took place in Vail this week.
The family of X Games snowmobile rider Caleb Moore is holding a private service for the 25-year-old who died after a crash at the games in Aspen.
The death of snowmobile rider Caleb Moore and another accident involving a driver-less snowmobile that careened into a fence and injured a spectator at the Winter X Games will trigger a more thorough review of the permit process for next year’s event.
Prayers are pouring in and fans are donating money for a Winter-X Games snowmobile competitor who is in critical condition following a crash last week.
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.
Two slopestyle skiers were taken off the course on a sled in a crash-marred event Sunday at Winter X.
Snowmobile rider Caleb Moore has had a “secondary complication involving his brain” after a crash at the Winter X Games led to bleeding around his heart.
Shaun White ran his fingers through his short, red hair as he fidgeted in his seat. The snowboarding icon is still getting accustomed to his new look after recently trimming his signature flowing locks.