Colten Moore Crashes, Wins Snowmobile Freestyle Gold Medal, Tebows

Yeah, you read that right. That sequence in the headline was Colten Moore's night at Winter X. First, he crashed incredibly hard in the semifinals of snowmobile freestyle. This doesn't quite do it justice, so watch the video. He was upside-down and lost his sled during a 120-foot jump, and managed to walk away.

After all that, he still advanced to the finals, then put together the winning run to claim gold. So after crashing and nearly injuring himself in a bad way -- if he didn't manage to tuck and roll right before impact, he probably lands on his head -- Moore hopped right back in the saddle and handled his business.

And because this is 2012, he Tebow'd. Of course.

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I don't even know. I guess after the night he had, he might as well do whatever he pleases. Moore cheated death, then won gold. Not a bad way to cap the night.

For more updates, news and stories concerning the 2012 Winter X Games, follow this StoryStream.

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