EVENING UPDATE 6:45pm Monday:
KJCT News 8 has been in touch this evening with Caleb Moore's publicist.
In a statement, she tells us:
"Caleb is in critical condition and is being closely monitored. The Moores want to express their gratitude to all of Caleb's fans, friends and family for their strong support and ask for continued prayers in the coming days.
The family will not be making any other public statements for the time being. Thank you for respecting the family’s privacy during this difficult time."
UPDATE at approximately 2pm Monday: Caleb Moore remains in intensive care at St. Mary's hospital in Grand Junction, after suffering a "second complication involving his brain".
Moore was injured during a crash at the Winter X Games in Aspen last week that lead to a concussion and bleeding around his heart.
Moore's family released a statement Sunday with few details, other than saying the rider continues to be monitored in ICU.
His younger brother Colten also crashed during the same competition and was taken to the hospital with a separated pelvis.
An X Games snowmobiler who suffered a crash Thursday night underwent surgery on Friday in Grand Junction.
25 year-old Texas athlete Caleb Moore was suffering from internal bleeding and other injuries after a crash during the freestyle finals.
He's currently in the ICU at St. Mary's Hospital dealing not only with that internal bleeding, but an apparent heart condition, as well as a concussion.
Moore was flipping his snowmobile on a jump when his ski caught.
He tumbled over the handlebars and the machine rolled over him.
Despite the ugly crash and subsequent injuries, Moore was able to walk off the course under his own power before being taken away by ambulance.