Clayton Sellars Takes Home the PBR Velocity Tour Finals Championship Title

The PBR Velocity Tour Finals wrapped up in Corpus Christi, Texas, where Clayton Sellars took home the Championship Title.

This is Clayton’s first year riding in the PBR and has previously been riding bulls in the PRCA. Clayton finished second overall for the Velocity Tour and this win helped to solidify his spot in the PBR World Finals.

Clayton is currently only 38 points behind Bob Mitchell in the race for the PBR Rookie of the Year.

“I am going in there with plans to execute my process, be in my mental state, make sure my body’s healthy, get on with a clear head and just do my job. At the end of it I’ll let everyone else tell me I won”, Clayton says about going into his first ever PBR World Finals.

This win was just what Clayton Sellars needed to get him ready for the World Finals taking place May 13-22 in Fort Worth, Texas.

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