Women’s Rodeo World Championship
November 1, 2021 - November 6, 2021
The WCRA Women’s Rodeo World Championship features four competing disciplines (breakaway roping, barrel racing and team roping, heading and heeling) with a $750,000 GUARANTEED PAYOUT.
The World Champions Rodeo Alliance (WCRA) is a professional sport and entertainment entity created to develop and advance the sport of rodeo. In November, they will hold the Women’s Rodeo World Championship at the South Point in Las Vegas.
At the inaugural event in 2020, four women became the first in history to claim the coveted title of Women’s Rodeo World Champion and took home a minimum of $60,000 each while the all-around champion collected a minimum of $20,000. The championship event dished out equal money in all disciplines and cut checks to more than 250 entered athletes, paying an average of $2400 per check.
WRWC is the largest annual purse for a women’s rodeo event and will payout more than $750,000 in 2021 while crowning World Champions in the Women’s Rodeo disciplines; Team Roping, Breakaway Roping and Barrel Racing. An all-around champion will also be crowned. WRWC is a culmination of a year-long race of women’s rodeo events worldwide. Athletes qualify for the WRWC by earning points and leaderboard positions using the VRQ (Virtual Rodeo Qualifier).
In early November 2021, women athletes will run in five days of qualifying rounds November 1-5 before earning a spot in the WRWC main event on November 6. All rounds of the WRWC will be held at the South Point Arena in Las Vegas. .