Lockwood Wins Second PBR World Championship
Jess Lockwood earned his second Professional Bull Riders world championship Sunday, Nov. 10, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.
Lockwood, 22, from Volborg is the son of Ed Angie (Schillinger) Lockwood of Volberg.
According to the PBR, Lockwood is the youngest two-time world champion. When he won his first championship in 2017, the then 20-year-old became the youngest world champion in the history of the PBR and the first bull rider from Montana to win the title.
At the finals, he recorded scores of 86.5, 91.5, 92, 91.75 and 91.25 on his first five bulls, but was bucked off on his final attempt. He had an combined score of 453 to win the finals. He earned 1,500 points for the aggregate title and 2,265 event points, along with $1,391,500.
Lockwood finished on top of the world standings with 8,495 points and earned $1,873,731.