April 16 2021
Leme put together a pair of back-to-back 90-plus point rides on Sunday afternoon to win the event and move within 100 points of the No. 1 ranking in the PBR world standings.SEE MORE
November 16 2020
This past weekend, at the World Finals, in Arlington, Texas, Leme claimed his first PBR world title and the $1 million bonus that comes with winning the gold buckle of a champion.SEE MORE
November 13 2020
One of them — J.B. Mauney — is arguably the greatest bull rider in PBR history and, in just three seasons, the other — Jose Vitor Leme — is on pace to eclipse the Carolina cowboy who has become known as “The Dragon Slayer.”SEE MORE
Walla Walla, Washington, United States
Missed the races this weekend? We’ve got you covered, check out this weekend’s recap.
In a matter of 8-seconds Jose Vitor Leme rewrote the PBR history book not once, but twice.
First year Monster Energy bull rider Cody Teel has used the past five elite televised PBR events to ride his way into the Top 10 of the world standings for the first time in 2021.
Leme put together a pair of back-to-back 90-plus point rides on Sunday afternoon to win the event and move within 100 points of the No. 1 ranking in the PBR world standings.