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    Robbie Malinoski

    Robbie Malinoski has officially announced his retirement as a snocross racer.

    Malinoski’s journey started in 2001 when he followed the path of fellow Canadian and mentor Blair Morgan to a life on the road with the World Snowmobile Association, taking part in his first race in Fargo, ND.

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      Corin Todd Pro Lite Champion

      It came down to the last race of the last day of the season, but Corin Todd swept his qualifying rounds and finished on the podium in third place to secure his first Pro Lite national championship.

      Todd held a 10-point advantage coming into the weekend and was leading Saturday night’s main event on his AMSOIL Polaris, but a crash on the rugged front straight relegated him to the back of the pack where he would ultimately finish ninth.

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        Corin Todd

        Polaris snocross racers claimed four of the weekend’s six available Pro Open podium spots and Polaris racers won both Pro Lite finals Feb. 8-9 in Salamanca, NY at the Seneca Allegany Casino Air Force Snocross.

        Kody Kamm (Hentges Racing) and Kyle Pallin (Team LaVallee) each had a second- and third-place finish in the Pro Open finals, and the Pro Lite winners were James Johnstad (Judnick Motorsports) on Friday night and native New Yorker Corin Todd (Leighton Motorsports) on Saturday.

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          Garrett Goodwin X Games Snocross Jump

          Garrett Goodwin earned a silver medal at the recent ESPN Winter X Games in adaptive snocross thanks in part to some support from the members of a snowmobile forum.

          DOOTalk.com, a snowmobile forum for Ski-Doo enthusiasts, has a unique racing sponsorship program where forum members can contribute modest amounts to help Ski-Doo racers find success.

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            Tucker Hibbert X Games

            (Photo courtesy John Hanson Images)

            In case you somehow forgot that Tucker Hibbert was the most dominating snocross racer on the planet, he likely reminded you this weekend by earning gold at the ESPN Winter X Games in Aspen, Colo. The win was the seventh straight for Hibbert, the first X Games athlete to ever win any event seven years in a row.

            Hibbert dominated the snocross event from start to finish, winning by 13 seconds over second place to claim his eighth career gold and 12th career medal at the prestigious event.

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