Captain Jeremy Sparks is the only Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Bullfighter with endorsements by the U.S. Air Force. He is a seven-year member of the most elite rodeo association in the world; the PRCA.
Sparks serves the USAF as an ICBM Combat Crew member operating the MM III nuclear weapon system.
The 29-year-old Sparks has established himself as a premier bullfighter in the PRCA. In 2000 Sparks was a front-runner at the National Finals Rodeo Binion's Bullfight. During his career, Sparks has been 5X bullfighter for the largest rodeo in the world, Cheyenne Frontier Days and has twice performed at the College National Finals Rodeo. Sparks is also the only American bullfighter to earn a title in South Korea, accomplishing that feat in 2002, 2005-2007. He is a 3X Military World Finals Bullfighter and is the PRCAs 2006 Mountain States Circuit Finals bullfighter as well as the 2007 Dodge National Circuit Finals alternate bullfighter.
During his career, Sparks has appeared in more than 300 promotional activities, national commercials, news articles, movies and documentaries as well as television interviews. Media engagments include: the Western Horseman, Dallas Morning Star, Denver Post, Air Force News, ProRodeo Sports News, Road Trip Nation, OLN, ESPN, College Sports TV, Travel Channel, CMT, and a host of other civilian and military outlets.
Sparks is currently endorsed by the US Air Force, Wrangler, Bailey Hats, Twisted X Boots and the Great State of Wyoming.
Sparks is a magna cum laude graduate from the University of Arkansas-Monticello with a degree in Speech Communication. Sparks redefined what it is to be a Scholar-Athlete. Academically speaking, Sparks was ranked in the top 1% of all university students within the United States earning honors into the 2001 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. In addition, Sparks is a 3X All American Scholar, a member of Alpha Chi and Lambda Pi Eta honor societies. The PRCA claims, "Jeremy Sparks has one of the most impressive list of academic accomplishments in pro rodeo," (ProRodeo Sports News 7/11/01).