March 5, 2018

The CINCH Timed Event Championship is one of the most demanding events in western sports, and this weekend proved it. The third round featured three lead changes, a knee injury, and a consistent California cowboy that stole the show. 

Jordan Ketscher finished his five-run afternoon in 56 seconds to win the third round. He then held on to the lead through the fourth go-round posting a cumulative time of 250.5 seconds. He roped, wrestled, and tied 25 animals in a cumulative time of 324.3 seconds to make him the 14th man in the 34-year history of the CINCH Timed Event Championship to claim the prestigious title and $100,000. 

Amy Wilson shares more highlights and results from the Lazy E Arena, and we'll hear from Ketscher following his big win - all in the video above! 

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