| 
Be Sociable, Share!

    Caleb Moore

    Caleb Moore’s condition has worsened after a crash on Thursday at the X Games.

    According to a report on ESPN.com, Moore was knocked unconscious in the crash and was evaluated for a concussion and other injuries. While he was being evaluated, it was discovered that he was bleeding around the heart and was airlifted to Grand Junction, Colo. for emergency heart surgery. Unfortunately, doctors discovered another issue on Sunday.

    “Caleb continues to be monitored in ICU. His cardiac injury has led to a secondary complication involving his brain” the Moore family says in a statement. “The Moore family thanks all of Caleb’s fans and friends for their support and for respecting their privacy.”

    On Monday the Denver Post reported that Moore was in desperate condition at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction, Colo.

    “Caleb is not doing good at all,” Caleb’s grandfather Charles Moore told The Denver Post. “The prognosis is not good at all. It’s almost certain he’s not going to make it.”

      | 
    Be Sociable, Share!

      Polaris is clearly giddy about its new 800 Pro-RMK and it has produced a couple of videos to let you know exactly what it can do. You can see both videos below the jump

      The first video is all about freestylers Dan Adams, Chris Burandt and Randy Sherman and what they think of Polaris’ new steed. The second video features the Polaris engineers who designed the new mountain sled.

      Since both of these videos are courtesy of Polaris, you can expect everything to paint a pretty rosy picture. Regardless, hearing from some of the top riders and engineers responsible for the sled does offer some interesting insight.

        | 
      Be Sociable, Share!

        The premiere snowmobile racing/freestyle event of the year, Winter X Games 14, has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look back and enjoy it all over again. Photographer Alfonse Palaima was in Colorado for the event and he provided us with a huge snowmobile photo gallery. Click here to check it out.

        Team Arctic’s Tucker Hibbert has been a regular at the Winter X Games since he was a wee lad of 15. He took home his fourth consecutive Snocross gold this year. We’ve included a sampling of pictures from the race below the jump, but you’ll have to check out the full gallery to see it all.

        We’ll also be adding shots from some of the other snowmobile events later in the week, so check back with us for more photo goodies form the Winter X Games 14.