• Wilkinson back from elbow surgery

    Wilkinson back from elbow surgery

    2017 PBR Australia champion Troy Wilkinson is back in action after missing the final five months of 2018 because of left elbow surgery.

  • Not holding back

    Not holding back

    Rubens Barbosa was on his way to a potential win at the Melbourne Invitational last weekend when his back injury flared up and prevented him from continuing. However, no stranger to the pain, Barbosa has been getting treatment and says he won't let his back hold him back.

  • Big city PBR creates small town magic in Big Sky

    Big city PBR creates small town magic in Big Sky

    For the sixth consecutive year, the Big Sky PBR won the Event of the Year at the 2018 PBR World Finals for its combination of elite level talent and an intimate local setting.

  • A picture's worth a thousand words

    A picture's worth a thousand words

    Though he doesn’t climb on the backs of bucking bulls, the PBR’s veteran photographer Andy Watson is as close to the heart of the sport than most, having documented the last 23 years of the world’s best bull riding.

  • Room for improvement

    Room for improvement

    Jose Vitor Leme has only been competing in the United States for a little more than a year, and three-time World Champion Adriano Moraes believes Leme has barely scratched the surface of his full potential so far.

  • Behind the bulls

    Behind the bulls

    For the PBR's biggest fans looking for a one-of-a-kind experience, PBR founder Jerome Davis and his wife Tiffany host tours of their ranch and bull stock contracting operation.

  • Memorable Finish

    Memorable Finish

    2008 World Champion Guilherme Marchi capped his career by going 3-for-3 to win the PBR Brazil Monster Energy Tour event in Goiania, Brazil, this weekend.

  • Leme wins Corpus Christi Chute Out

    Leme wins Corpus Christi Chute Out

    The No. 2-ranked rider of 2018 kicked off his 2019 campaign with a win in Corpus Christi.

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