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    Polaris Season of Champions

    Polaris snowmobile racers have wrapped up a very strong 2013-14 season with success across virtually every discipline. Below are highlights of the Polaris’ snowmobile racing season.

    Hillclimb

    Polaris racers rode their RMKs to dominating results in the RMSHA circuit. Polaris hillclimbers won 10 of the 12 Pro class season points titles, including all four Stock classes and all four Modified classes – where Polaris racers finished 1-2-3 in each class. At the season’s seven RMSHA events, Polaris racers won the Stock classes 27 of 28 times.

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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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          Cory Davis X Games

          They were in two different locations on two very different stages, but the results were the same: Christian Brothers Racing riders were on the podium. On the world stage that is the Winter X Games in Aspen, Colo. Cory Davis flew the CBR colors claiming silver in the Long Jump competition. Logan Christian. About 1200 miles away in the ditches, rivers and fields of rural Northwestern Minnesota Zach Herfindahl claimed a Pro Stock win at the USXC Oslo 100 cross-country race.

          Entered in Freestyle and Long Jump, Cory Davis went big in Long Jump, taking home the silver medal. Riders hit a modified freestyle ramp from a set distance attempting to outfly one another and score the longest distance from each run-in mark. In each round the rider with the shortest distance is eliminated. Davis was one of the final two riders, taking the silver behind a rider who holds the World Record for snowmobile distance jumping.

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            Caleb MooreRenowned snowmobile freestyler Caleb Moore has died from injuries he suffered in a crash at the Winter X Games a week ago.

            The 25-year-old 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. A couple of days later doctors discovered a secondary complication involving his brain. Moore was unable to recover from his injuries and passed away Thursday morning.

            “He will be truly missed and never forgotten,” the Moore family said in a statement. “The family wishes to express their deep gratitude for all the prayers and support they have received from all the fans, friends and family around the world that Caleb has inspired.”

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