• No rest for the weary

    No rest for the weary

    Derek Kolbaba became the first rider in five years to post back-to-back 90-point rides on Championship Sunday at the PBR World Finals during the 2018 World Finals.

  • Montana Silversmiths’ Women of the PBR- #TAKEASECONDLOOK: Jilian Vieira

    Montana Silversmiths’ Women of the PBR- #TAKEASECONDLOOK: Jilian Vieira

    As we wrap up the 2018 season, we continue our look the Women of the PBR. In this edition we sit down with Jilian Vieira.

  • Top Canadian reflects on 2018

    Top Canadian reflects on 2018

    Dakota Buttar set a series of career-highs in 2018, finishing the season 17th in the world standings and competing at his third PBR World Finals.

  • Revised points system for 2019 Velocity Tour and international events announced

    Revised points system for 2019 Velocity Tour and international events announced

    The PBR competition department has added additional world points to Velocity Tour and international cup events, beginning with the 2019 season, as well as for the PBR international finals.

  • BREAKING: Barbosa out for six months

    BREAKING: Barbosa out for six months

    Dener Barbosa will miss six months after undergoing reconstructive right shoulder surgery on Wednesday in Dallas.

  • Bruiser will compete at NFR before future is decided

    Bruiser will compete at NFR before future is decided

    SweetPro's Bruiser won his record-tying third consecutive World Championship at the 2018 PBR World Finals. But the bovine dealt with some injuries throughout the season, and H.D. Page is debating retiring his star bovine athlete following the National Finals Rodeo.

  • The Great White North

    The Great White North

    For the second consecutive edition of the Global Cup, Jared Parsonage will ride on behalf of Team Canada, but first his sights are set on capturing the 2018 PBR Canada Championship.

  • His time is now

    His time is now

    World leader Kaique Pacheco faced the biggest obstacle of his career when he tore his left MCL/PCL just three days before the 2018 PBR World Finals. Regardless, Pacheco committed himself to physical therapy and would not waver in his march to a World Championship.

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