Tucker Hibbert

USA

Snowmobile
Pelican Rapids, MN USA
06/24/84

Medal Count

9Gold

3Silver

1Bronze

Comp History

X Games Aspen 2015 SMB SnoCross1st
X Games Aspen 2014 SMB SnoCross1st
Winter X Games Aspen 2013 SMB SnoCross1st
Winter X 2011 SMB SnoCross1st
Winter X 2010 SMB Long Jump4th
Winter X 2010 SMB SnoCross1st
Winter X 2009 SMB SnoCross1st
Winter X 2008 SMB SnoCross1st
Winter X 2007 SMB SnoCross1st
Winter X 2006 SMB SnoCross27th
Winter X 2005 SMB SnoCross2nd
Winter X 2004 SMB SnoCross2nd
Winter X 2003 SMB SnoCross3rd
Winter X 2003 SMB HillCross15th
Winter X 2002 SMB SnoCross2nd
Winter X 2001 SMB SnoCross10th
Winter X 2000 SMB SnoCross1st

Other Competitions

Dec, 2014 Fargo National #3SMB Pro Open1st
Dec, 2014 Fargo National #4SMB Pro Open1st
Nov, 2014 Duluth National #1SMB Pro Open1st
Nov, 2014 Duluth National #2SMB Pro Open1st
Jan, 2014 Shakopee National #5SMB Pro Open1st
Jan, 2014 Shakopee National #6SMB Pro Open1st
Dec, 2013 Bessemer National #3SMB Pro Open1st
Dec, 2013 Bessemer National #4SMB Pro Open1st
Nov, 2013 Duluth National #1SMB Pro Open1st
Nov, 2013 Duluth National #2SMB Pro Open1st
2013 National SeriesSMB Pro Open1st

Athlete Bio

With eight X Games SnoCross gold medals, 99 National snocross wins, eight national titles and two FIM World Snowcross titles, Tucker Hibbert is the greatest rider in snocross history. In 2000 he came to X Games as a 15-year-old semi-pro and won gold; he is still the youngest winner of an X Games winter sport. In 2015, he's going for an eighth straight SnoCross win. Hibbert currently ranks second behind BMX Vert rider Jamie Bestwick for most consecutive X Games wins. Now 30, he would become the oldest ever to win X Games gold in SnoCross. Hibbert is also a professional motocross racer and runs a limited schedule in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.

You Don't Say?

  • Tucker is a 12-time X Games SnoCross medalist with eight gold medals. X Games Aspen 2015 is his 15th appearance where he is going for his 8th consecutive gold at X Games Aspen 2015. Tuckers is also an 8-time ISOC Pro national snocross series champion with 99 career national victories through Jan. 1, 2015.