1 of 5Jorge Valdiviezo has been in a fight near the bottom end of the world standings. He did well in Colorado Springs, picking up points for a fourth place finish in Round 1 but couldn't finish due to injury. He still has his sights on the Built Ford Tough World Finals, though, and continuing to set an example.
2 of 5Luis Blanco has also been fighting to stay on tour and took a big step toward World Finals by finishing third in Colorado Springs.
3 of 5Jess Lockwood was not happy about just missing out on his second BFTS event victory after bucking off in the Built Ford Tough Championship Round. Despite coming up short, he did pick up more points in Colorado and set a rookie-record for BFTS round wins.
4 of 5Seven Dust did what few bulls have been able to do lately when he bucked off current world No. 1 Kaique Pacheco in the championship round. Nine-time World Champion Ty Murray was still impressed by those 7.55 seconds before Pacheco's buck off and noted that, had he completed the ride, it would have resulted in a massive score.
5 of 5Joao Ricardo Vieira went 3-for-3 in Colorado Springs and won his first BFTS event the season, and his first non-Major victory since 2014. He moved back into fourth in the world standings with the win and has made the race at the top of the standings even tighter.
Joao Ricardo Vieira won his first non-PBR Major event since 2014 while Kaique Pacheco and Seven Dust went head to head. Meanwhile, Luis Blanco and Jorge Valdiviezo fight to push forward. Re-live it all in their words.