How to Watch the 2024 Women’s Rodeo World Championship
The 2024 Women’s Rodeo World Championship Championship Round will be broadcasted live on CBS Sports Network on May 18.
Sean Gleason, Linsay Rosser-Sumpter, Jackie Crawford, Martha Angelone, Gary Mckinney during the WRWC showdown and Triple Crown Round in Fort Worth Texas. | Photo by Josh Homer/Bull Stock Media.

The 2024 Women’s Rodeo World Championship (WRWC), the world’s richest women’s rodeo paying out $750,000, will be held from May 13-18 at the renowned Cowtown Coliseum and AT&T Stadium. The 2024 WRWC will launch with the official Back Number Ceremony on May 12, and viewers can watch live coverage as athletes compete to win the title of 2024 Women’s Rodeo World Champion as the event culminates inside the home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys on May 18 during the 2024 PBR (Professional Bull Riders) World Finals: Unleash The Beast – Championship

Fans will be able to watch the action daily on Cowgirl Channel, Cowboy Channel, Cowboy Channel + App and PBR RidePass on Pluto TV. The landmark event’s Championship Round on May 18 from AT&T Stadium will then be featured LIVE on CBS Sports Network during the telecast for the PBR World Finals: Unleash The Beast – Championship. 

“The motto of WRWC is ‘Cowgirls Supporting Cowgirls’ and The Cowgirl Channel is the perfect home for all WRWC coverage, complimented by the Cowboy Channel and PBR RidePass on Pluto TV,” said Linsay Rosser Sumpter, WRWC Commissioner. “We are also thrilled to announce another match-up with CBS Sports Network bringing women’s rodeo to primetime. In 2021, we witnessed a record-breaking 2.4 million viewers tune in to watch the WRWC, and we are determined to take it to new heights this year at the PBR World Finals.”

For four days, hundreds of the world’s best women in rodeo will compete in four disciplines, battling it out in one of the most exciting female-only live sporting events, going head-to-head in team roping, breakaway roping, and barrel racing. A collective $750,000 will be on the line, with $182,500 being paid out in each discipline and each event champion leaving AT&T Stadium with a minimum of $60,000. 

Tickets for the PBR World Finals – Championship on May 18 when the Women’s Rodeo World Championship will come to a climactic end are still available. They can be purchased at the AT&T Stadium Box Office, online at ATTStadium.com, SeatGeek.com and PBR.com/WorldFinals, or by phone at 1-800-732-1727.

In 2023, Texan Jackie Crawford (Stephenville, Texas) captured her second Women’s Rodeo World Championship title, making her the richest female athlete in the WCRA (World Champions Rodeo Alliance). Crawford claimed the 2023 WRWC Event Heeling Championship, adding another $60,000 to her career earnings of more than $203,000 in the WCRA, the WRWC’s sister organization. In 2020, Crawford became the inaugural WRWC All-Around Cowgirl, capturing the title at seven months pregnant.

READ: Jackie Crawford is Richest Woman in WCRA History  

Last year, four athletes from Stephenville, Texas, the Cowboy Capital of the World, won 2023 event championships, earning nearly $300,000 combined. 

Crawford celebrated with the 2023 All-Around Cowgirl title, and her team roping partnerMartha Angeloneand barrel racer Cheyenne Wimberley, both also rode their way to the winner’s circle. The quartet was completed by Kelsie Domer who won the 2023 Breakaway Roping Championship. Domer secured her place in the event through the last chance qualifier, narrowly missing out on the first-place spot by one-one-hundredth of a second. During the 2023 championship round, she performed a groundbreaking run, breaking away from her saddle horn in an impressive 2.16 seconds, and winning the event with a clean run of 4.47 seconds. Domer walked away from the event with her newborn daughter, Oaklynn, and $61,000 in prize money.

Below is the complete 2024 Women’s Rodeo World Championship broadcast schedule:

May 12EventBroadcast
7:00PM CT | 8:00 PM ET  Back Number CeremonyRidePass on Pluto TV, Cowgirl Channel, Cowboy Channel+
May 13EventBroadcast
2:00PM CT | 3:00 PM ET  Round One RidePass on Pluto TV, Cowgirl Channel, Cowboy Channel+ 
May 14EventBroadcast
10:00AM CT | 11:00AM ET Round TwoRidePass on Pluto TV, Cowgirl Channel, Cowboy Channel+ 
May 15EventBroadcast
9:00AM CT | 10:00AM ETRound TwoRidePass on Pluto TV, Cowgirl Channel, Cowboy Channel+ 
May 16EventBroadcast
10:00AM CT | 11:00AM ETShowdown Round RidePass on Pluto TV, Cowgirl Channel, Cowboy Channel+ 
May 18EventBroadcast
PBR World Finals Intermission Championship Round RidePass on Pluto TV, CBS Sports Network 

* Cowboy Channel airdates and times to be announced. 

There will be a 30-minute pre-show before each performance for the 2024 Women’s Rodeo World Championship, followed by a buckle ceremony at the Cowboy Channel Bar located in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards. The buckle ceremony will be aired 30 minutes after each show from May 13 to 16. 

Before the WRWC storms back to the Lone Star State, fans can tune in to Countdown to AT&T Stadium every Thursday on Cowgirl Channel and the Cowboy Channel+ App. Please check local listings for times and updates.

The 2024 Women’s Rodeo World Championship event is part of the second Women’s Rodeo World Championship Week, the richest women’s-only week of competition in Western sports, held during the 2024 PBR World Finals. The more than week-long schedule of events is slated to pay out $1.145 million in prize money, affording more than 800 women’s competitors the chance to compete for life-changing payouts. 

Since launching in May 2020, the WRWC has awarded more than $3 million in new money to women’s rodeo athletes. For more information about the WRWC visit wrwc.rodeo

About Women’s Rodeo World Championship (WRWC):

The Women’s Rodeo World Championship (WRWC) is the largest annual purse for a women’s rodeo event and will payout more than $750,000 in 2024 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).

About PBR (Professional Bull Riders):

PBR is the world’s premier bull riding organization. More than 800 bull riders compete in more than 200 events annually across the televised PBR Unleash The Beast tour (UTB), which features the top bull riders in the world; the PBR Pendleton Whisky Velocity Tour (PWVT); the PBR Touring Pro Division (TPD); and the PBR’s international circuits in Australia, Brazil, Canada and Mexico. In 2022, PBR launched the PBR Team Series—eight teams of the world’s best bull riders competing for a new championship—as well as the PBR Challenger Series with more than 60 annual events nationwide. The organization’s digital assets include PBR RidePass on Pluto TV, which is home to Western sports. PBR is a subsidiary of Endeavor, a global sports and entertainment company. For more information, visit PBR.com, or follow on Facebook at Facebook.com/PBR, Twitter at Twitter.com/PBR, and YouTube at YouTube.com/PBR.

Related Articles
Tyler Wade running toward a steer at the 2023 Danny Dietz Memorial Classic.
the Dietz
Roping.com to Livestream Danny Dietz Memorial Classic Open & Pro-Am May 25 FREE Thanks to Equinety
Stylakid Kaleb Driggers Kenna francis
Senior Superstar
Stylakid Goes from PRCA Superstar with Driggers in '23 to $71K Women's Rodeo World Champ with Francis in '24
Best of the Best
Kenna Francis and Whitney Desalvo Clinch $60,000 WRWC Victory inside AT&T Stadium
Jackie Crawford and Annette Stahl led the field in the 2024 WRWC Semifinals with a 6.86-second run, putting them No. 2 in the average and sending them to the Showdown Round.
Okayyy Ladies
Six of Team Roping's Leading Ladies Set to Duel at AT&T Stadium
Yahtzee Madison Webb
Driggers' Greats Yahtzee and Gangster STILL Going Strong at 2024 Women's Rodeo World Championship with DeSalvo, Francis & Webb