Moore died last month from injuries he sustained when his 450-pound sled rolled over him after a backflip gone wrong in Aspen, Colo. The tragedy left everyone involved — snowmobilers, the people who issue the permits for the event and the programmers at ESPN, which sanctions and televises the X Games — re-examining the niche sport.
In a statement released Tuesday, X Games officials said: "Our review of snowmobile freestyle continues."
The X Games stop in Tignes will be March 20-22 and feature some of the top freeskiers and snowboarders in the world.
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