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Downtown Tulsa -
The BOK Center is hosting the Professional Bull Riders competition.
Cowboys from all over have come to Tulsa for the event.
The goal is to stay on the bull for 8 seconds to earn a score.
The judges rate each rider and bull, and extra points are earned for style and control.
We spoke with one cowboy from Australia who has competed in the United States for 11 years and has good things to say about Oklahoma.
"I love Oklahoma," says bull rider Brendon Clark. "I've always had a lot of really good success here. Everyone's been really good. The best bull riding fans in the world are from here, and there's a lot of good bulls here as well."
At last check, Clark was winning the competition. He says this year is his last to compete.
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