There are few American rodeo champions as famous and as successful as Decatur's Trevor Brazile. Since 1996, Brazile is a 23-time world champion and 13-time PRCA all-around world champion winning a record eight consecutive PRCA world championships at one point in his career. Brazile's 13 all-around titles are the most ever from by a multi-event cowboy in the history of American rodeo. Competing in tie-down roping, team roping and steer roping, he has left his mark all over the rodeo world. Brazile is the first cowboy to surpass $6 million in career earnings with his best individual year coming in 2010 as he earned a record $508,000 in 2010. He and his wife Shada Brazile are one of the most recognizable husband-wife duos in the sport of rodeo. She is an accomplished rodeo athlete as well winning numerous horse barrel racing competitions in rodeos across the U.S. When Brazile isn't winning rodeo world championships, he spends his time developing the rodeo clothing brand Relentless he helped found. In 2015, Brazile was part of a group of the best rodeo athletes in the world that launched the Elite Rodeo Athletes (ERA) with the mission of creating a stage for the best rodeo athletes in the world to compete in events in a true "League of Champions". He was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 2016.