Pelican Rapids native Tucker Hibbert announces Snocross Retirement
JT Thaden | May 17, 2018 AT 7:33 am
Tucker Hibbert has called it a career from being a professional snocross racer, announcing his retirement on Wednesday morning.
Hibbert won 11 Pro National Snocross championships, earned 10 gold medals from the X Games and had 138 wins in 235 starts in the Pro National events he competed in.
The 33-year-old from Pelican Rapids, Minnesota said in a statement today, “It’s time for me to retire from professional snocross racing,” Hibbert said. “It’s been a great career and now is the right time to move on. I’m healthy and happy. I’ve accomplished my goals, which were to do my best and enjoy the process of working hard with the people around me. We just finished a great season where I felt as good as I ever have and won my 11th Championship.”
Hibbert turned pro at age 16 and won two World Championship titles.