For Caleb

One year after brother's death, Colten Moore wins gold in his honor at Winter X Games

Colten Moore soars through the air Thursday during qualifying for the snowmobile freestyle finals during the Winter X Games in Aspen. Moore, whose brother Caleb died after a crash in the event last year, honored his brother’s memory the best way he knew how — by winning gold in the event. “I wanted to come here and dominate for him,” Moore said after winning the gold.



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Colten Moore soars through the air Thursday during qualifying for the snowmobile freestyle finals during the Winter X Games in Aspen. Moore, whose brother Caleb died after a crash in the event last year, honored his brother’s memory the best way he knew how — by winning gold in the event. “I wanted to come here and dominate for him,” Moore said after winning the gold.

ASPEN — Colton Moore twisted the throttle of his snowmobile and motored to the top of one of the steep ramps. He parked the sled, dropped to his knees, gave a single fist pump and…




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