Williams won the all-around-cowboy title after surviving a rope-off with Montana's Dustin Bird to determine the tie-down-roping championship. The two cowboys finished with identical 40.5-second average times after four rounds of competition. Williams won a coin-toss, elected to go first and finished off his run in a slick 9.5 seconds to take the championship and secure the all-around title. Williams has won two INFR all-around crowns and three tie-down championships.
Not to be outdone, 13-year-old Kassidy Dennison claimed the all-around-cowgirl title by placing in both barrel racing and breakaway roping.
Nelson Tsosie ran away with the bareback-riding championship, scoring 307 points on his four rides. John Salois finished 11 points behind in second place.
Jarrett Monroe scored an even bigger margin of victory in saddle-bronc riding, topping Tom Bingham by 13 points for the world championship.
Greg Louis score 240 points on three rides to claim the bull-riding championship. Trevor Jacobs was the only other bull rider to make three qualified rides.
Clint Bruisedhead won his second consecutive steer-wrestling championship with a four-round total of 22.9 seconds. Hugh Houle finished less than a second behind the champion.
Nate Blackrock and James Begay Jr. roped four steers in 28.3 seconds to take the team-roping crown. All-around champ Preston Williams and partner Tad Williams Jr. finished second.
Terry Jo Charley won the breakaway-roping championship with an average time of 14.3 seconds on four runs. Henny Bruisedhead finished three seconds back.
Yvette Vega claimed the barrel-racing title with a four-run time of 71.72 seconds. DeeAnn St. Andrew took second place.