4. Pozzobon earns $97,500 at PBR World Finals

LAS VEGAS, Nevada — For Ty Pozzobon to finish fourth at the PBR World Finals and only be number four on this year’s countdown is saying something.

I think it shows just how great of a year Canada had in 2016. We had four Canadian bull riders qualify for the PBR World Finals, all four of which finished inside the top 30 in the world. If it wasn’t for Aaron Roy’s injury in Las Vegas, all four including Tanner Byrne and Dakota Buttar, would start the 2017 Built Ford Tough Series together.

For Pozzobon, 2016 was a huge year after many years of injuries. To start off the PBR World Finals in the lead heading into Sunday with a round win, it was huge. Tanner Byrne finished third in 2015 to earn $105,000 in Vegas but he didn’t even get to mount a bull in the Championship Round.

With his focus all in one place, look for big thing from Pozzobon and the rest of Team Canada in 2017.


Biggest Moments of 2016

4. Pozzobon earns $97,500 at PBR World Finals

5. Scott Byrne named 2016 Cowboy of the Year

6. Thurston claims back to back Stampede titles

7. Hansen returns to win Canadian Championship

8. Edmonton to host million-dollar PBR

9. Canadian Cowboy Ski Race passes $50,000 mark

10. CFR 44 and 45 to remain in Edmonton

Worst Wrecks of 2016

4. KO’d in Cowtown

5. He’s hung up!

6. Doubling Down in Innisfail

7. Team Ropers wreck too

8. Hordern gets hooked in Manor

9. Hofer gets stomped by Mick’s Mouse

10. Hank gets hooked by the escalator


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