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Kyle Lockett claims his second Timed Event Championship

Kyle Lockett, of Visalia, CA, won his second Timed Event Championship (TEC) of the World and became the seventh multi-time winner of the “Ironman of ProRodeo” contest March 6 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, OK.

Lockett recorded a total time of 308.8 seconds on 25 head of cattle over the weekend to win the top prize of $50,000, which he had also done in 2005.

Each contestant at the TEC is required to compete in all five timed events in rodeo: tie-down roping, steer roping, heading, heeling and steer wrestling.



Trevor Brazile – a six-time winner of the TEC himself – finished second in the three-day event, 36.2 seconds behind Lockett, and earned $25,000. Brazile now has career winnings of more than $600,000 in the Timed Event Championship.

Chance Kelton of Mayer, AZ, worked five head March 5 in 46.4 seconds for the fastest overall round in the event. He won $10,000.



This was the 27th Timed Event Championship, an invitation-only event started by the Lazy E Arena.

Paul Tierney, who has competed in every TEC since it began in 1985, was presented with the Clem McSpadden Pioneer Award on March 5. He’s won the TEC four times in three decades.

Kyle Lockett, of Visalia, CA, won his second Timed Event Championship (TEC) of the World and became the seventh multi-time winner of the “Ironman of ProRodeo” contest March 6 at the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, OK.

Lockett recorded a total time of 308.8 seconds on 25 head of cattle over the weekend to win the top prize of $50,000, which he had also done in 2005.

Each contestant at the TEC is required to compete in all five timed events in rodeo: tie-down roping, steer roping, heading, heeling and steer wrestling.

Trevor Brazile – a six-time winner of the TEC himself – finished second in the three-day event, 36.2 seconds behind Lockett, and earned $25,000. Brazile now has career winnings of more than $600,000 in the Timed Event Championship.

Chance Kelton of Mayer, AZ, worked five head March 5 in 46.4 seconds for the fastest overall round in the event. He won $10,000.

This was the 27th Timed Event Championship, an invitation-only event started by the Lazy E Arena.

Paul Tierney, who has competed in every TEC since it began in 1985, was presented with the Clem McSpadden Pioneer Award on March 5. He’s won the TEC four times in three decades.


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