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Monthly Archives: April 2021
Navajo cowgirls, Anna and Cassie Bahe of Utah, are our guests this week for Word With A Champ on Native Voice 1 Radio Network. Both qualified for the inaugural Breakaway Roping competition at the 2020 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Arlington, Texas. Cassie not only qualified, she won the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association Season Championship. It is an honor to interview the Bahe sisters, they are an inspiration to our youth by all athletic and academic standards.
Word With A Champ is happy to have Professional Bull Riders, Jess Lockwood of Montana, as this week’s guest for Native Voice 1 Radio Network. He joined the PBR in 2015 and was named Rookie of the Year in 2016. On November 5, 2017, he became the youngest PBR World Champion. It is a pleasure to have such a well grounded, modest professional athlete on our show.
Native Voice 1 Radio Network, welcomes monster truck owner and driver, Mitch Tulachka of Wisconsin, to this week’s episode of Word With A Champ. The American born sport has produced second and third generation drivers and fans since its inception in 1976. It is interesting and fun to discuss Mitch’s family operation that includes his son and daughter competing in top level monster truck competition.
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Professional Bull Riders star, Chase Outlaw from Arkansas is our guest this week on Word With A Champ. Chase has paid the price in the brutal sport he has chosen, he has also been victorious and is a fan favorite in the PBR. It is interesting to communicate with such a grounded individual that remains calm when it is showtime. It appears this mans attitude, could be a great inspiration to youth in sports, and life in general.
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