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Sqwincher Winner’s Press Conference: Jordan Lee Wins 2020 World Championship
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Sqwincher Winner’s Press Conference: Jordan Lee Wins 2020 World Championship

November 16, 2020 • World Championship

GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. – What began with 16 of the top MLF pros ended with Jordan Lee taking home the 2020 General Tire World Championship Presented by Bass Pro Shops trophy. Lee breaks down his Championship Round on Spider Lake and the stress of a 15-ounce lead over second-place Casey Ashley.