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Brock Winn competes at National College rodeo finals


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Local resident qualifies for College National Finals Rodeo

Brock Winn from Ferron, has qualified for the upcoming College National Finals Rodeo.

Winn just finished his sophomore year at Utah Valley University in Orem. This is his first qualification in saddle bronc riding. The competition will be held at the Casper Events Center June 13-19. At stake are National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association titles and scholarships.

This is the 63rd Annual CNFR and the 13th anniversary of the event's home in Casper. The CNFR features nine rodeo events, bareback riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding, tie-down roping and steer wrestling for the men, barrel racing, goat tying and breakaway roping for the women. In addition, team roping is held which can feature male and female competitors. Along with individual titles, many of the competitors are hoping to be part of the men's or women's team that takes the team championship back to their college or university.

Each contestant has three preliminary rounds of competition prior to the final round on June 18. Scores and times from those three rounds will be added up and the 12 contestants with the fastest total times or highest total scores will advance to the finals.

At the conclusion of the final round national event champions along with men's and women's all-around and team champions will be crowned. In addition several special awards will be presented throughout the competition. Complete results will be available at www.cnfr.com.

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