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ThunderROARus’ Colt Stephens wins World Finals XXII Freestyle

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

ThunderROARus Monster Truck driver Colt Stephens is celebrating a high in his Monster Truck career on Sunday. Stephens won his first World Finals Championship on Saturday night at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

Stephens secured the Freestyle Championship at World Finals XXII. He said this was his second World Finals appearance.

ThunderROARus (Photo by Monster Jam)

“We came away with the win,” Stephens said in a video posted to the Monster Jam Facebook page. “Absolutely epic. I never thought that it would happen with this lineup. We’ve had a rough year but you know what, we got the truck dialed in, and I was ready to break that thing in half. We absolutely sent it.

“We came away with the win in only my second World Finals appearance. Thank you guys. I want to hear that roar every weekend.”

Stephens was the 20th Freestyle driver to go during the competition. He got a score of 8.608.

When Stephens received his then-high score, he took the lead from Black Pearl driver Cole Venard, who went 8.452.

The Texas native, who is the son of former King Krunch driver Scott Stephens, who was a pioneer in the sport, had to wait of out after getting the high score. Son-uva Digger driver Ryan Anderson was the last driver in competition.

Anderson, who resides in North Carolina, went 7.993.

Top 3:

1) ThunderROARus driver Colt Stephens went 8.608

2) Black Pearl driver Cole Venard went 8.452

3) Megalodon driver Todd LeDuc went 8.258

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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