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SILVANO ALVES

Silvano Alves

About Silvano

Pilardo Sul, Brazil

Alves is the second rider to win three (3) PBR World Championships. He was the first rider to win back-to-back championships and the first to win the PBR World Title in the season immediately after winning PBR Rookie of the year. Currently, the third generation Brazilian bull rider lives with his family in Decatur, TX.
2014 HIGHLIGHTS
Silvanocapped off the year in grand fashion riding Asteroid for 87.25 points to win the 2014 PBR World Finals event and his third PBR World Championship; the fourth bull rider to accomplish that feat. He finished the season with a thirteen (13) consecutive ride streak. 2014 was Silvano’sfourth straight year with fifty (50) or more qualified rides, leading all riders each of those years.
2015 HIGHLIGHTS
Silvanowon the second event of the season, the Chicago Invitational; and has spent the first weeks at the top of the 2015 Standings. His PBR BFTS record of Consecutive Bulls Ridden ended at twenty four (24) in Oklahoma City, which lasted through seven (7) BFTS events, including the 2014 World Finals.

About Douglas

Alvin, Texas

With his father Mike a bull rider before him, Douglas holds him and former World Champions Tuff Hedemanand Justin McBride in highest regard. Although a BFTS event win has eluded him to date, winning the Calgary Stampede in 2010 is a signature Championship event win. Arguably the most prestigious buckle outside of a PBR World Championship.

DOUGLAS DUNCAN

Douglas Duncan

MATT TRIPLETT

Matt Triplett

About Matt

Columbia Falls, MT

Matt just completed his first full season in the elite PBR Built Ford Tough Series and capped it off with a Top-5 finish at the 2014 PBR World Finals, securing his largest single event pay check of his career.
2014 HIGHLIGHTS
Matt finished the 2014 season ranked third (3rd) in the PBR World Standings buoyed by a strong finish, winning the 15/15 Bucking Battle in Huntington Beach followed by a Top-5 finish at the PBR World Finals.
2015 HIGHLIGHTS
Matt earned his first career BFTS event win in Oklahoma City, OK and followed that win up two weeks later with another win in Anaheim, CA. Took over the lead in the PBR World Standings after a Top-5 finish in Sacramento, CA; the fourth stop of the 2015 PBR BFTS season.