History: Canada’s PRCA World Champions




Canadian World Champions
2018: Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, AB – Saddle Bronc ($347,056)
2016: Levi Simpson, Ponoka, AB ($249,133) and Jeremy Buhler, Arrowwood, AB ($258,311) – Team Roping
2016: Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, AB – Saddle Bronc ($265,449)
2011: Lindsay Sears, Nanton, AB – Barrel Racing
2009: Lee Graves, Calgary, AB – Steer Wrestling ($251,031)
2008: Lindsay Sears, Nanton, AB – Barrel Racing ($323,570)
2005: Lee Graves, Calgary, AB – Steer Wrestling ($206,415)
2002: Glenn O’Neill, Didsbury, AB – Saddle Bronc ($236,031)
1994: Daryl Mills, Pink Mountain, B.C. – Bull Riding
1994: Blaine Pederson, Amisk, Alberta – Steer Wrestling
1992: Mark Roy, Dalemead, Alberta – Steer Wrestling
1983: Cody Snyder, Redcliff, Alberta – Bull Riding ($73,772)
1977: Jim Gladstone, Cardston, Alberta – Tie Down Roping
1976: Mel Hyland, Salmon Arm, B.C. (tie) – Saddle Bronc
1972: Mel Hyland, Surrey, B.C. – Saddle Bronc
1966: Marty Wood, Bowness, Alberta – Saddle Bronc
1964: Marty Wood, Bowness, Alberta – Saddle Bronc
1962: Kenny McLean, Okanagan Falls, B.C. – Saddle Bronc
1961: Winston Bruce, Calgary, Alberta – Saddle Bronc
1958: Marty Wood, Bowness, Alberta – Saddle Bronc
1947: Carl Olson, Calgary, Alberta – Saddle Bronc ($8,765)
1936: Pete Knight, Crossfield, Alberta – Saddle Bronc
1935: Pete Knight, Crossfield, Alberta – Saddle Bronc
1933: Nate Waldrum, Strathmore, Alberta – Bareback
1933 – Pete Knight, Crossfield, Alberta – Saddle Bronc
1932 – Pete Knight, Crossfield, Alberta – Saddle Bronc




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