Timeline

2003

After finishing second in both snocross national championships and taking
bronze at X Games, he announced his retirement from the national tour to race
dirt bikes full-time.

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2001-2002

The summer of 2000, he earned his AMA Pro Motocross license and
entered his first national event. That winter, the Pro rookie won the National
Snocross Pro Open Championship and finished second in Pro Stock. He was
leading the X Games Snocross final again but crashed due to a mechanical
failure. The following season, he won both snocross national championships and
the silver medal at X Games.

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1998-2000

In 1998, the national snocross tour voted to allow him to skip the
Sport class and move directly to Semi-Pro level of competition. He won 19 of the
24 finals he entered. The following year, he qualified for Winter X Games. He
took the holeshot and won, becoming the youngest gold medalist in history.

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1996

In West Yellowstone, he borrowed his dad’s Arctic Cat ZR 440 and entered
his first snocross race. With his background in motocross, he introduced a standup
riding style never seen in the sport.

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1992

After years of riding three-wheelers and dirt bikes around his family farm,
he raced his first motocross event at age 8.

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1987

At 2 years old, Tucker entered his first snowmobile race on his Arctic
Cat Kitty Cat.

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