Tucker Hibbert

Tucker Hibbert
Medal record
Representing the  United States
Men's Snowmobile
Winter X Games Medal Record
2016 Aspen SnoCross
2015 Aspen SnoCross
2014 Aspen SnoCross
2013 Aspen SnoCross
2011 Aspen SnoCross
2010 Aspen SnoCross
2009 Aspen SnoCross
2008 Aspen SnoCross
2007 Aspen SnoCross
2000 Aspen SnoCross
2005 Aspen SnoCross
2004 Aspen SnoCross
2002 Aspen SnoCross
2003 Aspen SnoCross

Tucker Hibbert (born June 24, 1984 in Driggs, Idaho) is an American snowmobile racer.

Hibbert has won 14 medals at the Winter X Games, including an all-event record nine-straight in the SnoCross event. He had been the youngest gold medal winner in Winter X Games history until Chloe Kim won the SuperPipe at age 14 in 2015.[1]

In addition to his Winter X Games success, Hibbert is also a two-time (2010, 2012) FIM Snowcross World Champion and 8-Time United States National Snocross Champion.

He resides in Pelican Rapids, Minnesota.[2]


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