Caleb Moore gallery
Caleb Moore: 1987-2013
Freestyle snowmobile rider Caleb Moore died Thursday from injuries he suffered a week earlier during the Snowmobile Freestyle competition at X Games Aspen. Browse through our photo gallery for a look at the career of the athlete and colorful personality.
Colten and Caleb Moore
With Texas swagger and big personalities, Caleb Moore and his little brother Colten, left, came into freestyle snowmobiling in 2009 from freestyle ATV and quad racing.
X Games Debut
Caleb Moore made his X Games Aspen debut in 2010 after transitioning from quads. "They're seriously like hanging out with a real live video game. They can do pretty much whatever they want," said snowmobile freestyler Jimmy Fejes of the Moore brothers.
Snowmobile Freestyle Bronze
Caleb Moore picked up a bronze medal Jan. 28, 2010, in Snowmobile Freestyle at his first X Games, finishing behind gold medalist Justin Hoyer, center, and silver medalist Joe Parsons, left.
X Games Aspen 2011
Caleb Moore competes in the Snowmobile Freestyle final at X Games Aspen 2011, where he earned his second bronze medal.
Caleb Moore competed in three Snowmobile events at X Games 2011 Aspen: Best Trick, Freestyle and Speed & Style.
Caleb Wins Silver
Caleb Moore's biggest achievement at X Games Aspen was his 2011 silver medal in Best Trick.
"My advantage is that I have my brother there to push me. Then, individually, I have the style and the mentality to go all the way," Caleb Moore, left, said about his brother, Colten, shown at X Games Aspen 2011.
Caleb Moore told ESPN that his tandem backflip during Best Trick with Colten Moore at Aspen in 2011 was his favorite X Games memory. "Everyone went nuts over it," Caleb said. It was technically Colten's turn, and he received a score of 0 for the stunt.
Caleb and Colten Moore celebrate after they landed their tandem backflip Jan. 30, 2011, at X Games Aspen 2011.
X Games Aspen 2012
Caleb Moore competes in the Snowmobile Freestyle final Jan. 26 at X Games Aspen 2012, where he picked up his third bronze medal in the event. He was competing with a broken tailbone and a cracked pelvis.
Flashing Their Medals
Caleb Moore displays his bronze medal and brother Colten Moore, right, flashes his gold medal they earned in Snowmobile Freestyle at X Games Aspen 2012.
Caleb Moore: 1987-2013
Before X Games Aspen 2013, Caleb Moore told ESPN, "I wake up every morning, I work out, I try to eat healthier, I'm completely out of party mode, I don't go out. I'm strictly focused on trying to reach that holy grail of a gold medal."