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This is a video from our time `Running with the Bulls` in Pamplona Spain! This was a manic festival with an insane opening ceremony filled with Sangria, thousands of crazy runners creating carnage in the Bull Ring and the amazing Bull Run itself....from behind the safety of the safety barrier! For more at our time at the festival visit jordanandjax.blogspot.com AND Make sure you follow us on Twitter at http Please Rate, Subscribe and leave a comment!!
fla-keys.com Ernest Hemingway look-alikes take to the streets during Key West's offbeat Running of the Bulls, a lighthearted and much safer salute to the famed annual event in Pamplona, Spain. Key Wests bull ramble featured scores of stocky, white-bearded Hemingway look-alikes and a herd of fake bulls indigenous to Key West. The event began outside Sloppy Joes Bar, Ernest Hemingways favorite local watering hole and proceeds through a lively street fair on the island citys famed Duval Street. The sporting spoof was a highlight of Key Wests Hemingway Days celebration, honoring the American literary giant who lived and wrote on the island throughout the 1930s. Steve Panariello - Director of Photography Chad Newman - Editor
The fireworks "bull" on Calle Estafeta during Fiesta De San Fermin, 2009.
The fireworks "bull" on Calle Estafeta during Fiesta De San Fermin, 2009.
This is a short video taken during the first bullfight on the night of July 8, 2009 in Pamplona during the Fiesta De San Fermin. Very Graphic.
build up to bull being released
San Fermin Festival Bull Run 2009 Pamplona
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Tues 14th July 2009 The bulls completed this year's last run in just 2 minutes and 21 seconds. One bull took an early lead at Santo Domingo and ran the whole course ahead of the others, taking out a few runners along the way. The first bull reached the Plaza de Toros in one minute and fifty seconds. Six bulls from the ranch "Núñez Cádiz Cuvillo" were featured in today's eighth and final running of the bulls of San Fermin 2009. The run was exceptionally fast and there were no horn injuries. The leading bull thundered through each section and reached the bullring in a minute and 49 seconds. The most serious reported injury was a head trauma suffered in the stretch called Mercaderes. Unlike the weekend, today's Tuesday run was relatively uncrowded, giving the runners ample room to run near the bulls and then get out of the way safely. The bull run, as usual, began at 8 o'clock in the morning when when the corrals are opened after the traditional song to San Fermin at the slope of Santo Domingo. The bulls ran very quickly up the hill toward the waiting runners. As they entered the crowd, the bulls paired nicely, with the steers packed nicely together, guiding the bulls through the heart of Pamplona. The lead bull lengthened its lead on Estafeta street, where it hit a young man from behind, tossing him in the air. The bull continued its quick pasce, completing the entire route in less than two minutes. At the ...
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Mon 13th July 2009 Today's Fuente Ymbro bulls completed the run through Pamplona's cobblestone streets in a quick 2 minutes and 23 seconds. The group of animals was divided on Estafeta street, however no serious injuries resulted. This clean and fast run featured bulls from the ranch "Fuente Ymbro." The bulls reached the bull ring corral at the end of the run in just two minutes and twenty seconds. Near the beginning of the of the bulls in the lead created moments of danger in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, where he hit a runner who was waiting near the fence. On Estafeta street one of the bulls slipped, dividing the group, however in the end it was a beautiful run with fewer runners than previous days. Compared to the long run and the large weekend crowds yesterday, today's run was strikingly different. At 8:00 am, the herd left the Santo Domingo corrals led by the steers and met the runners halfway up the beginning slope. After the Mercaderes stretch, the bulls were spaced well and provided plenty of room for young men to run with the fast bulls. However, on a Estafeta a runner fell and was trampled by a couple of the animals and people, however no serious injuries resulted. The first four bulls came together in the Plaza de Toros and the pastores guided them to the corral. Seconds later the two behind joined the others in the corral and the last rocket signaled the end of today's run.
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Sun 12th July 2009 The bull, "Ermitaño" of the Miura ranch, lagged behind and rammed several runners before the entrance to the bull ring. The sixth running of the bulls this year has lasted almost five long minutes. The sixth running of the Bulls of 2009 featured bulls from the Miura ranch (Sevilla) and has been the longest and most dangerous of the runs so far. A bull called "Ermitaño" ("Hermit") lagged behind and got separated from the others. The bull struck several people along the route, injuring one runner repeatedly near the end of the course, goring and flipping him several times. This bull had been lagging since the infamous curve of Mercaderes and on the way to the bullfighting stadium he produced the most dramatic moments. After the traditional hymn to the saint and the launch of the rocket at 8:00am, the Miura bulls left the Santo Domingo corrals. The meeting between bulls and runners at the beginning of the course happened without problems. The group of bulls crossed the Plaza del Ayuntamiento virtually without paying attention to the runners, as is usual with bulls from this ranch, which is why they are chosen to run on this Sunday, crowded with an influx of weekend runners. The curve of Mercaderes caused a few bulls to crash against the fence and caused a small pileup of three bulls. One of these bulls was "Ermitaño". At this point, not only did the group get broken up, but "Ermitaño", 1268 ...
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Sat 11th July 2009 The bulls stayed together at the beginning of the encierro, however one bull took the lead as they ran up the slope of Santo Domingo and through the narrower alley. At the entrance to the Plaza del Ayuntamiento, the bull in the lead hit a runner. The race lasted two minutes and 52 seconds. The fifth running of the bulls featured toros from the ranch of Dolores Aguirre (Sevilla). The run proved exciting and despite a bull getting separated from the herd after the curve of Mercaderes, no one received a horn wound. The day after the death of the young Jimeno Daniel Romero, even more runners crowded into the course today, coinciding with the start of the weekend, the most popular time for visitors to come to the festival of San Fermin. Despite the crowds, the bulls completed the run in a swift two minutes and fifty-two seconds. After singing the traditional song three times, asking the saint for protection, the bulls were released at 8:00am and soon a black Burraco bull (with a grey and white backside markings), began to lag behind. At the famous curve before Estafeta street, the lagging bull slipped and fell, increasing the distance between him and the rest of the herd. This lagging bull opened up the pack of bulls and steers for the runners to take advantage of the space to run with them into the bull ring where they were quickly locked up in their corral. Meanwhile, the lagging bull walked ...
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Fri 10th July 2009 The runner who died after the running of the bulls today in Pamplona suffered a horn wound to his neck above the left clavicle, severing his aorta and puncturing his lung. Daniel Jimeno Romero was pronounced dead at 8:45 this morning in Pamplona's Hospital de Navarra. Romero was 27 years old, from Alcala de Henares (just outside Madrid). He had run at the festival of San Fermin in previous years, as had his father, who is from Pamplona. Romero is the 15th person to die from a bull goring in Pamplona in recorded history of the annual event. Romero was one of four youths wounded by a bull at today's run, which featured six bulls from the ranch of Jandilla (Badajoz). Six other youths were transported to the hospital this morning for treatment of various injuries incurred during the crowded run. A reddish-brown bull named "Cappuccino" began the run relatively fast and hit at least two people at the beginning uphill section of the course (Cuesta de Santo Domingo). At the Plaza del Ayuntamiento (town hall) the bull hit three more runners. From this point the troublesome bull became separated from the herd. He became disoriented and turned around near the end of the run, which took 4 minutes and 30 seconds to finish at the Plaza de Toros (a very long run, considering the last two runs have lasted just about 2 and a half minutes). The "pastores" attempted to get the disoriented bull to run in the ...
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Thur 9th July 2009 Today's herd of bulls, from Toledo, finished the route in a very fast two minutes and twenty seconds. There were no serious injuries, however, as usual, there were some moments of tension as the bulls flew threw the cobble stone streets of Pamplona. The bulls, from the ranch El Ventorrillo in Toledo, completed the third run of San Fermin 2009, the fastest so far during this year's festival. Throughout the race the bulls remained tightly packed together, a characteristic of a very good, efficient run. A black Burraco, the largest of the herd, careened halfway up the slope of Santo Domingo and quickly reached his brothers, going through the plaza of the City Council without further incidents. At the famous curve just before Estafeta Street, a young man took the outside of the curve, trapped between the wall and the bulls, however the bulls did not slip. He very luckily ran around the curve without incident. Arriving at Telefonica, the end of the long, straight stretch of calle Estafeta, the bulls separated slightly and several young men fell, causing one of the steers to leap over them. There were few light injuries, however today's run, like the last two, was relatively very fast and clean. Tomorrow's run is with bulls from the ranch of Jandilla, Badajoz.
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Wed 8th July 2009 The bulls from Cebada Gago were divided at the beginning of the Estafeta curve. A boy got a horn to the buttocks at the corner of Mercaderes. Like yesterday, the run lasted a quick 2.5 minutes. This morning's run was exciting and fast. The bulls from the ranch of Cebada Gago are known to be especially fast and dangerous. At 8am the bulls were released from the corral and the encierro began with the signal rocket. The steers guided the six bulls up the Cuesta de Santo Domingo and to the square in front of city hall where a boy received a "cornada" to the buttocks and was swiftly attended to by the medics behind the first fence. Halfway through the famous long stretch of Estafeta, a steer (manso) and 2 black bulls slid and separated from the rest of the group. When the animals were leaving the Town Hall Square, the herd together again, and despite some slips before Mercaderes, came together at the beginning of the Estafeta street. In the section of Telefonica and the descent to the alley which leads to the Plaza de Toros, one of the bulls caught several young men with his horns, but no injuries resulted. Despite this, the run was clean and the herd arrived quickly to the corral in the Plaza de Toros. The bulls will be fought this afternoon at 6:30 by the skilled toreros, Antonio Barrera, Francisco Marco and Sergio Aguilar.
Text and video courtesy of www.bullrunning.com and www.rtve.es. Tuesday 7th July 2009 The bulls from the ranch "Alcurrucén" completed the course in two and a half minutes and there were no gorings, with only four minor injuries. One of the bulls in Mercaderes Street stayed behind, but eventually regrouped with the running herd. Pamplonas main newspaper, the Diario de Navarra, reports just four injuries at this mornings 8am run, most of them at the very beginning of the course on Calle Santo Domingo (the uphill cuesta where the bulls actually run fastest, bounding up the hill). None of the injuries were from horn punctures. The four hospitalized people suffered relatively light injuries from being knocked down by bulls or people. One person was unconscious from a concussion on the cobblestone street. Along the famous Estafeta Street four bulls took the lead, allowing the young men to star in this nice run. It was in this stretch where two bulls slipped and knocked people over.
My second bull run during the San Fermin festival. Saturday 11th July 2009.
...and afternoon bullfights. Medical workers attend a reveler injured on Estafeta Street during the last running of the bulls at San Fermin Fiestas in Pamplona, northern Spain, Tuesday, July 14, 2009. The fiestas 'Los San Fermines' held since 1591, attracts...
Running of the bulls in Pamplona. This event takes place every year. Every year between 200 and 300 people are injured during the bull run but most injuries are contusions due to falls and are not that serious. Since 1910, 15 people have been killed in Pamplona. In this race we see in the video one spanish guy from Madrid actually died later in the race just after this video was taken. Sorry that you can´t see much of the action in this video. We had to get up six in the morning just to get good spots like these.
Pamplona running of the bulls is a spanish tradition. One got killed Friday 10 july 2009 The first death since 1995 The annual running of the bulls in the Spanish city of Pamplona has suffered its first human fatality for six years. The San Fermines fiesta attracts devotees from all over the world. Todays incident happened during the fourth run in this years event. Cameras captured the moment as 27-year-old Spaniard Daniel Jimeno Romero was gored as one of the bulls veered into a crowd. Emergency surgery at the scene failed to save him; at least nine other people were injured, three of them seriously including a 20-year-old Briton and a 24-year-old man from Argentina. Romero is the fifteenth person to die since 1911, the first since 2003. The running of the bulls was made famous by Ernest Hemmingway in his novel The Sun Also Rises. Hundreds of runners participate, usually partying all night long before the early morning dash through the streets towards the bull ring. ------------------------------------------------------- Personally; I am against bull run and bull fights. I understand the culture as I have been in Spain many times, even lived next to a fight area; But I am a person who loves the animals; and some traditions are unnecessary in my opinion; So I don't like it and I think it's good that things like these happen, (I don't wish anyone dead, just think the riot of the bulls, is a good thing) as I hope this will be taken into consideration whether there will be a ...
Upon finishing the run and entering the Plaza Del Torros, they proceed to let out 6 bulls, one at a time. This film was taken during the second bull, where about 30 people stood outside the door screaming for the bull and I thought I was safe in the background, it jumped over everyone and threw me into the air. Only got minor cuts and bruises but my camera exploded, but the memory card stayed intact.
Take a closer look at those cuddly little fellas - they're just eager to nuzzle up to people
Spain: 4 runners gored in Pamplona's bull-running
... EDS NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT ** A reveler is gored by the bull ''Ermitano'' during the sixth run of the Miura fighting bulls at San Fermin Fiestas in Pamplona, northern Spain, Sunday, July 12, 2009. The fiestas 'Los San Fermines' held since 1591, attract tens...
Pamplona Bull Run (Encierro) on Day 5, 11th July 2009, filmed from Michael's balcony again. Thanks Michael. www.SanFerminTravelCentral.com www.BullRunning.com www.100goals100weeks.com
From sitting behind the first fence the day the man died during the run. July 10 2009
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clickday.info - Satellite TV Runner gored to death in Pamplona bull run
clickday.info - Satellite TV Phillip Heenan speaks about witnessing a man gored to death during the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain.. Follow us on twitter at twitter.com Copyright © ITN. All rights reserved.
...chased by Jandilla's ranch fighting bulls on the fourth day of the running of the bulls during the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, northern Spain, Friday, July 10, 2009. The fiestas 'Los San Fermines' held since 1591, attracts tens of thousands of foreign...
video.news.sky.com A Spanish man has died after being gored at the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona. It's the first time in fourteen years that someone has been fatally gored at the event -- a Briton was also injured. Sky's Foreign Affairs Correspondent Lisa Holland reports.
Bull Run Pamplona from a balcony near Death Men's corner 7th July- San Fermin 2009
Daniel Jimeno Romero, 27 years old, from Madrid, was killed in Pamplona by a bull at the annual running of the bulls. The horn hits him in the collar bone at the beginning. (replayed at :22 seconds to see horn strike him).
Runner gored to death in Pamplona bull run
Phillip Heenan speaks about witnessing a man gored to death during the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain.. Follow us on twitter at twitter.com
...eight, one day in 2004. The bulls used in the runs face matadors and almost certain death the same afternoon in the Pamplona bull ring. © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed....
www.euronews.net People run ahead and beside bulls running freely in the street of Pamplona in Spain.
Since 1910, 14 people have been killed in Pamplona, the last person to be killed in the Pamplona's bull run was Fermín Etxeberria Iraneta a 63-year-old ...
Well, Debbie and Doug can check this off of their life list! What a surreal experience!
...fighting bulls at the San Fermin festival, in Pamplona, northern Spain, Wednesday, July 8, 2009. The second day of the running of the bulls in Pamplona has left three people slightly injured. Hospital spokesman Fernando Boneta says the victims were injured...
...on Tuesday. The annual running of the bulls draws thousands of tourists to the city. AP Morning Edition, July 8, 2009 · The running of the bulls got under way Tuesday in Pamplona, Spain. Every morning for eight consecutive days, daredevils from around the...
The annual San Fermin bull running festival in the northern Spanish town of Pamplona has claimed one more victim who was gored during the final bull run of the festival Four people have been hospitalised after taking part in this traditional Spanish bull race in Pamplona