Speed Williams & Rich Skelton - 98 NFR Team Roping Runs

"You might not associate the type of speed Williams has with the type of physicality to his (6-foot-1, 195-pound) frame, but he turned in one of the top 60-yard times at the PG National with a 6.51," Perfect Game analyst Jheremy Brown said. "The arm strength is also an obvious tool as he was up to 92 mph across the infield, though the overall athleticism could see him jumping to the outfield without missing a beat at the next level. Along with all those attributes, the newly minted Tiger is also a switch-hitter with a sound feel for the barrel from both sides of the plate. A majority of the reps I saw him take throughout the summer circuit were right-handed but the left-handed swing is just as pretty with high level potential."

Speed Williams & Rich Skelton - 99 NFR Team Roping Runs

Speed Williams on the National Final Rodeo

The Horkdog 11 Short Round Top 20 Slow Back with Speed Williams

Speed Williams, Jake Barnesand Clay O'Brien Cooper will compete in Mesquite, Texas at THE AMERICANSemifinals for a chance to compete on March 2

Speed Williams Brad Culpepper 1st Steer 2013 Houston Rodeo

Here is a video of Speed Williams and Chris Cox practicing team roping and sharing their expertise. Chris Cox filmed Speed Williams to use in his TV Show, they talked about Children team roping and being safe and learning how to team rope.

Speed Williams Brad Culpepper 2nd Steer 2013 Houston Rodeo
High call team was Speed Williams and Marty Becker, who needed to rope their sixth steer faster than 7.42 seconds to win the roping. Their final run of 7.08 cemented the victory and awarded each $50,000 in cash, Gist buckles, Cactus Saddlery brief cases and Resistol Black Gold hats.What’s new for Speed Williams in 2010? He has been busy building a video library for his new website ” which offers subscribers a vast video collection of his career and practice sessions tailored with voice over to make them incredible training tools.Nothing could stop the team roping juggernaut of Speed Williams and Rich Skelton at the 2003 Wrangler NFR. Not the flu bug that plagued Williams during the second half of the Wrangler NFR. Not the challenge by seven-time world team roping champion Jake Barnes and his partner, three-time world champion Allen Bach. Not even the impending birth of Williams' first child.
It appears Wildfire has come full circle as Speed Williams won the first Open to the World Championship in 1999 with Brad Culpepper.

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Results: Fast time 1st rotation: 1. J.D. Yates/Caleb Twisselman 5.51, $6,000; 2. Speed Williams/Marty Becker, 5.63, $4,000; 3. Casey Mahoney/Kory Koontz, 5.86, $2,400.

2003 -- Team ropers Speed Williams and Rich Skelton capture seventh straight world team roping title, setting a PRCA record.

Speed Williams Team Roping "Reaching" - YouTube

What’s new for Speed Williams in 2010? He has been busy building a video library for his new website “” which offers subscribers a vast video collection of his career and practice sessions tailored with voice over to make them incredible training tools.

Custom Speed Williams conchos

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This is a really nice custom Cactus saddle with a Speed Williams tree. It has a 14.5 inch seat and is fully tooled in Sheridan flower with a dyed black background. Comes with a matching tripping breast collar and crooked stirrups.