The 2023 Cinch Timed Event Championship will return to the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma March 2–4, 2023, and Roping.com is bringing livestream coverage of the event to your fingertips.
The Cinch Timed Event Championship (CTEC) is comprised of five rounds, where each cowboy will compete in five events. New this year, after the first four rounds, the top 15 will return for the fifth round to determine the $100,000 Cinch Timed Event Champion.
“This year, our partners at Select Genes (select-genes.com) are presenting the Sports Desk, hosted by Dru Stewart,” Roping.com Content Director Chelsea Shaffer said. “This will bring ropers and fans arena-side with all of the personalities driving this iconic event, giving them a taste of what makes the CTEC the true Ironman of rodeo.”
Roping.com will also stream the JR Ironman presented by the WCRA, an event that awards $20,000 to the top all-around hand in the youth ranks. It pits 10 standout contestants head-to-head in the heading, steer wrestling, tie-down roping and heeling over three rounds to determine the ultimate JR Ironman.
The event kicks off on Thursday, March 2 at 8 a.m. with a Pro-Am team roping for Cinch TEC contestants. The Jr. Ironman will take the stage at 5 p.m. followed by the first performance of the CTEC at 7 p.m.
Friday, March 3 the second performance of the CTEC, JR Ironman and third performance of the CTEC will take place at noon, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., respectively.
Saturday, March 4 will start with the fourth CTEC performance starting at noon, with the final JR Ironman performance following at 5 p.m. and the final CTEC performance at 7 p.m.
Ropers can watch the 2023 Cinch Timed Event Championship on Roping.com or on the Roping.com mobile app. Archived footage of the event will be available exclusively to members. The entire 2022 Cinch Timed Event Championship and bonus footage from the event—won by World Champion Erich Rogers—is also available exclusively on Roping.com.