Professional bull rider dies at National Western Stock Show in Denver
The Denver Post
DENVER — Mason Lowe, a professional bull rider, died Tuesday after suffering injuries during an event at the National Western Stock Show at the Denver Coliseum, according to the Professional Bull Riders Association.
Lowe, 25, was ranked No. 18 in the world.
A witness told Denver’s CBS4 that Lowe was bucked off the bull he was riding, and the animal then stepped on his chest. Lowe got up, took a few steps and then collapsed, the report said.
Lowe grew up in Exeter, Missouri — a small town of fewer than 800 people — and started riding animals when he was just 3 years old, according to the PBR website.
Eschewing high school rodeos, Lowe began competing in amateur events at the age of 15, per the Professional Bull Riders. A 2016 profile on the organization’s website described him as a bull rider who couldn’t enjoy himself if he wasn’t pushing himself to limits. Lowe pursued the wildest, rankest bulls he could find, according to that profile.
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