A Walk Down Memory Lane: Celebrating Trevor Brazile's 25th World Title

In celebration of Trevor Brazile’s 25th world title win – captured last weekend at the National Steer Roping Finals in Mulvane, Kansas – we’re taking a walk down memory lane to relive all 25 of his world titles along his 20-plus-year career in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA).

1998-2001: Brazile starts qualifying for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, first in the team roping in 1998 and then the tie-down for the first time in 1999.

2002: Trevor Brazile wins his first world title in the all-around at 26 years old.

2003: Brazile follows it up with a second world all-around title.

2004: Brazile wins his third all-around title in a row, all before he reaches the age of 30.

The Beginning Of The All-Around Domination:

For the next ten years, the only name that was engraved on the world all-around gold buckle was Trevor Brazile. While also winning single-event world titles along the way, Brazile dominated the all-around race by winning 10 back-to-back titles.

2006: Brazile wins two titles in one season for the first time with the steer roping and all-around world titles.

2007: Brazile follows double world title wins with his first triple crown the next year. Taking home the tie-down, steer roping, and all-around world titles.

2008: Brazile wins the all-around title.

2009: Brazile wins the all-around and the second tie-down roping title of his career.

2010: Brazile completes his second triple crown, this time with the tie-down, team roping, and all-around world titles.

2011: Brazile wins the all-around and the steer roping.

2012: Brazile wins the all-around. 

2013-2015: For the next three years, Brazile dominated both the steer roping and all-around titles, winning both of them from 2013-2015.

The One That May Have Meant The Most:

The Quote Trevor Brazile Hopes He Lived By

2018: After announcing he would be slowing down after the completion of 2018, Brazile qualifies for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo and comes through with a round win on the final night of competition to win his 14th all-around title.

2019: Now, at the age of 43, Trevor Brazile continues to prove why he is the King Of The Cowboys by winning his 25th world title at the National Steer Roping Finals. The finals marked his 7th title in the steer roping and a nearly untouchable record of 25 world titles for the legendary cowboy.

 

 

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