By: Darci Miller
Are you excited about the 2020 PBR World Finals coming to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Nov. 12-15? We sure are. Tickets are on sale now, and we want to see you there!
In other news, the 2020 regular season came to a close in Nampa, Idaho, and the rider who won to end the season was the same rider who won to begin the season. *chef’s kiss* Plus, J.B. Mauney kept riding like it’s 2015 and Boudreaux Campbell neared a historic double. Miss a moment of the action this weekend? Here’s what happened around the PBR.
On the Unleash The Beast…
Way back in January, Joao Ricardo Vieira won the first event of the season in New York City. This weekend, Vieira won the last event of the season, going 3-for-3 to take the victory at the PBR Cooper Tires Take The Money And Ride, presented by Union Home Mortgage.
J.B. Mauney has struggled with injuries for much of the last few years, but lately he’s been riding like his two-time World Champion self. In Nampa, he earned a round win in his fourth consecutive event.
Taylor Toves also won a round in Nampa, taking the Round 1 victory to get himself within the Top 35 and under the World Finals cutline.
Ranked No. 32 in the world after a seventh-place overall finish in Nampa, Boudreaux Campbell is close to becoming the first rider this season to qualify for both the PBR World Finals and the National Finals Rodeo.
The World Finals bubble race came to a head in Nampa, with a number of riders fighting to keep their seasons alive.
Two-time World Champion Jess Lockwood may have missed the regular-season finale with a right shoulder injury, but never fear: he’ll be recovered in time to compete in Arlington at the World Finals.
Start getting excited about 2021! The PBR has just announced the 25-stop Unleash The Beast schedule for next season.
Down Under in PBR Australia…
Two-time PBR Australia champ Aaron Kleier won the first event at the Rockhampton Invitational, inching closer to the Australian No. 1 ranking.
Sam Woodall was also victorious in Rockhampton, earning his first-ever PBR Australia event win, and is now ranked No. 3.
Through the lens with Andy Watson and BullStockMedia
That good boy can travel with us any time!
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Squad rollin’ deep.
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We couldn’t agree more!
With the regular season at an end, the PBR next heads to Arlington, Texas, for the 2020 PBR World Finals. Tune into CBS Sports Network for the preshow on Nov. 12 at 9 p.m. ET, followed by Round 1 action at 9:30, and on RidePass at 9:15. Click here for the rest of the broadcast info.
Stay tuned to PBR.com for the latest information and updates on where to catch the action in the coming weeks.
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