Word With A Champ Interviews
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Dirt track racing has seen few, if any with the talent of Tennessee’s Sammy Swindell. He started in the 1960’s as a young teenager following his father’s footsteps in the most radical racing cars on the planet, sprint cars. Sammy is a threat to win any race he starts today in 2020. We are honored to interview a self made owner, builder and driver of one of the most successful teams in the history of the sport, the one man team of racer #1, Slammin’ Sammy Swindell.
Creek Indian dirt track racing car driver, Blake Hahn of Oklahoma is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Blake is a third generation driver that is making a name on his own in the world of radical horsepower in sprint and midget car racing. It is great to visit with Blake about pushing the OILFIRE Spirits Special to the limits every lap, every race, across our beautiful America.
This week Word With A Champ visits with race car driver Buddy Kofoid of California. Buddy accomplished an amazing feat of finishing seventh out of a field of over 350 of the nations best in motorsports. It is great to see the future of a sport in the hands and at the right foot of such a young, talented and respectful gentleman.
The favorite cowgirl in the world of rodeo is Lisa Lockhart of Oelrichs, South Dakota. Her horses are even popular carrying her to 13 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifications. We are blessed to visit with a professional athlete that puts her family in front of her very successful career this week on Word With A Champ.
The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, 2019 World Champion Bull Rider, Sage Kimsey of Oklahoma, is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Kimsey has set his sport on fire winning the first of his six consecutive titles his rookie year. He dominated his event this past season and Wrangler National Finals Rodeo winning an unprecedented $480,797.00, eight seconds at a time. It is a great opportunity to visit with an individual accomplishing his goals to beat Don Gays record of eight world championships in one of the most dangerous occupations known to man.
The Women’s Professional Rodeo Association crowned it’s 2019 World Champion Ladies Barrel Racer Hailey Lockwood this past December in Las Vegas. The WPRA championship is determined by money won, $290,20.00 earned her a second consecutive world title in the oldest women’s sporting organization in the world. We spoke to Hailey about her victory and recent marriage to two time Professional Bull Riding World Champion Jess Lockwood of Montana.
The 2019 World Champion Bareback Bronc Rider in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, Clayton Biglow is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Clayton won the PRCA season, Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and season title, earning over $425,000.00, 8 seconds at a time. We caught up to the second generation ProRodeo cowboy immediately after the 10th go-round win in the city of lights, that made him the undisputed champion representing the state of California.
Two gold buckles of which Clay Smith of Oklahoma, is wearing one and sharing one, on this week’s episode of Word With A Champ. Team roping has as many or more entries in the sport of rodeo than any other event. It is exceptional to qualify as one of the top 15 in the world for the Wrangler NFR, much less win the championship not only once, but twice. We appreciate this modest and talented gentleman for taking his time to visit with Native Voice One Radio Network.
Montana’s Jess Lockwood is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Jess is the two time and defending Professional Bull Riders World Champion. An amazing feat considering his youth. We visit about his insight about competition in one of the most dangerous sports and his new marriage. It is good to share such a grounded individual that is one of the most successful and visible athletes on the planet.
The 61st Annual Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, go round 9 concluded Friday, Decomeber 13th, 2019 in Las Vegas. Indian Country faired well in the team roping competition with Navajo, Erich Rogers and Cherokee, Brenton Hall winning over $26,000 combined. The races for world titles in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association have been very entertaining the entire nine rounds. Round 10 will be one for the ages, Saturday night in the city of lights. Thank you for the support from Wrangler Jeans and Shirts for this coverage on Native Voice One Radio Network.