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McKeeman, Johnson Earn PBR TPD Wins

PUEBLO, Colo. – Rooster McKeeman (Lake Wales, Florida) walked away with $5,490.47 and a first place finish at the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) 17th annual Jerome Davis PBR Invitational on Sept. 4-5, in Archdale, North Carolina.

His 85.5 points in Round 1 and 87.5 points in the championship round were all McKeeman needed for his victory. With the win he earned $5,409.47 and 60 points toward the PBR world standings.

Josh Faircloth (Randleman, North Carolina) was the second of three other riders to cover both their bulls as he took second place. In Round 1, he rode to a score of 84.5 points, before putting up 87.5 points in the championship round. He earned $3,997.06, along with 30 world standings points.

Josh Moorer (Cleveland, Ohio) landed in third place with an 85.5-point effort in Round 1, before adding 85.5 points in the championship round for $2,371.66 and 20 world standings points.

Marco Eguchi (Sao Paulo, Brazil) picked up fourth place off an 82.5-point ride in Round 1, and an 83.5-point ride in the championship round. He earned $1,229.87 along with 15 world standings points. Eguchi, also took fifth place on his second entry as his 88-point ride earned him 10 world points.

Based on TPD rules, a bull rider may enter a TPD event as many times as they choose; some riders have been known to enter two, or even three times. Eguchi chose to enter twice, successfully utilizing both spots.

Cody Johnson (Stanfield, Oregon) notched his first TPD win of the season while in Belton, Texas. He earned $5,184.21 in winnings with an 86.5-point ride in Round 1, and 87.5 points in the championship round for a total of 174 points. With the victory he earned 60 points toward the world standings.

Emilio Resende (Santa Helena Do Goias, Brazil) finished second with 171 points and $3,325.05. With ride scores of 86 and 85 points, Resende earned 30 world standings points.

Jordan Hupp (Stephenville, Texas) finished in third place with his 85.5-point effort in Round 1 and his 85 points in the championship round. He earned $2,109.44 along with 15 world standings points.

Fourth place went to Renato Nunes (Buritama, Brazil) as he rode to 86.5 points in Round 1. Nunes won $1,001.09, along with 10 points toward the world standings. Venn Johns (Bixby, Oklahoma) and Resende tied for fifth place with a ride of 86 points each in Round 1. Each rider took home $715.06, along with 7.5 world points.

The Fredericksburg Touring Pro Division event in Fredericksburg, Texas, will include appearances from riders Johns, Cody Ford (Kaufman, Texas), Cody Johnson (Stanfield, Oregon) and Guthrie Long (Odessa, Texas) on Saturday, Sept. 12 at 7:30 p.m., at the Gillespie County Fairgrounds.

The BlueDEF Velocity Tour returns to action on Sept. 14-15 in Pendleton, Oregon with the US Bank/Pendleton PBR Classic. Several Built Ford Tough Series riders will highlight the riders competing as J.B. Mauney (Mooresville, North Carolina), Gage Gay (Staley, North Carolina), Matt Triplett (Columbia Falls, Montana) and Sean Willingham (Summerville, Georgia) will be there.

Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Series Event Results:
Sept. 4-5 at Jerome Davis PBR Invitational TPD event in Archdale, North Carolina

Final Results (Round 1-Round 2-Total Points-Earnings-World Points)

1. Rooster McKeeman, 85.5-87.5-173.0-$5,409.47-60
2. Josh Faircloth, 84.5-87.5-172.0-$3,997.06-30
3. Josh Moorer, 85.5-85.5-171.0-$2,371.66-20
4. Marco Eguchi (A), 82.5-0-82.5-$1,229.87-15
5. Marco Eguchi (B), 88-0-88.0-$1,792.09-10
6. Paolo Ferreira Lima, 87.5-0-87.5-$1,282.58-5

Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Series Event Results:
Sept. 5-6 at Belton TPD in Belton, Texas

Final Results (Round 1-Round 2-Total Points-Earnings-World Points)

1. Cody Johnson, 86.5-87.5-174-$5,184.21-60
2. Emilio Resende (A), 86-85-171-$3,325.05-30
3. Jordan Hupp, 85.5-85-170.5-$2,109.44-20
4. Renato Nunes, 86.5-0-86.5-$1,751.91-15
5. Venn Johns, 86-0-86-$715.06-7.5
Emilio Resende (B), 86-0-86-$715.06-7.5

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