Tucker Hibbert

Disciplines: SnowmobileFrom: Pelican Rapids, MN USA USABorn: 06/24/84

About Tucker

With 10 X Games SnoCross gold medals, more than 120 National snocross wins, 10 National titles and 2 FIM World Snowcross titles, Tucker Hibbert is the greatest rider in snocross history. In 2000, he won X Games as a 15-year-old semi-pro and remains the youngest male to win XG winter event gold. Hibbert currently is tied with BMX Vert rider Jamie Bestwick for most consecutive XG wins in a single discipline, 9, and is a safe bet to take the record-breaking 10th in 2017.

  • 14
  • time XG SnoCross medalist (10 gold). 9 straight XG SnoCross gold; a 10th would break the tie Hibbert shares with Jamie Bestwick for most consecutive wins in an XG discipline.
  • XG Aspen 2017 will be his 17th appearance.
  • Both the youngest (age 15) and oldest (31) to win X Games SnoCross.
  • 10
  • time ISOC Pro national snocross series champion. 124 career national ISOC victories in 210 starts (as of Jan. 21, 2017). Next closest, Blair Morgan, had 84 wins. No one else has more than 40.
  • 2
  • time FIM Snowcross World Champion.

X Games Medal Count




X Games Competition History

X Games Aspen 2016 SMB SnoCross1st
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 SnoCross1st
Winter X 2010 SMB Long Jump4th
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 HillCross15th
Winter X 2003 SMB SnoCross3rd
Winter X 2002 SMB SnoCross2nd
Winter X 2001 SMB SnoCross10th
Winter X 2000 SMB SnoCross1st