The festival of San Fermin, one of the most international of Spain, held on Thursday last confinement through the streets of Pamplona's old town, a quick, clean race with just three injured by bruises, which the boys enjoyed experienced and customary.
In what has been a general trend of the San Fermin festival this year, no bull fell behind the pack, which facilitated the speed of the race, and the herd of Cuvillo Nunez walked in two minutes 20 seconds around 850 meters that separate them from Corralillo the Santo Domingo to the bullring of Pamplona.
Three injured by trauma, a left arm, another in the chest by a stomp and bruise maxillofacial was the balance of the last closure, which puts an end to a fairly quiet issue from a medical standpoint, and where worst hurt was a spectator who had a bad fall from the fence and caused a spinal cord injury.
The six bulls left behind are the meek, who led the pack during the first part, and not until the Estafeta street when one of the Reds took the lead and quickened his pace.
This grip places the group in single file, but then referred the speed and steadily allowed the more experienced lads, who lead the bulls in the second half of the festival, when many runners who are just passing through Pamplona, could show off a career well done, always aware of bulls and unhindered.
This midnight sing the song of "Oh, poor me", which will close the celebrations until the next year.