Spain-Pamplona Bull Run

People revel with dashing bulls

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Pamplona, Spain - July 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of participants on street before bull run, spectators on balconies
2. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jorge, local resident, participant (ending with shot 3):
"I'm afraid of bulls just like everyone is, because they are very strong and very dangerous. But it's OK and I will try my best. I have been participating in this event since I was 18. I'm a native of Pamplona. Every time I feel the same, very nervous before the run and joy after finishing it."
3. Various of participants warming up for bull run
4. Various of participants running along with bulls
5. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Carlos, Spanish participant (with reporter asking question):
"It's the second time I have taken part in the run, and my first run was last year. I really like the experience and I like bulls as well. That's why I decided to join again this year."
(Reporter: "Do you feel afraid? Each year, people get injured.")
"I think we should be respectful. We must be very careful, and be aware of not only how dangerous the bulls are, but also to be careful of the people who run with you."
6. Various of participants running along with bulls
7. Various of participants in bull run, buildings

Storyline


The annual bull run in Pamplona, Spain has given breathtaking moments to courageous men and women who choose to run with the animals along narrow streets.

The runners, most dressed in white with red scarves, crowded into the almost 800 meter course that leads to the town's bull ring.

Participants warmed up before 10 bulls were released to run along the route. As the bulls reached the site, they sprinted ahead trying to avoid being gored and trampled, screaming in excitement.

Injuries and even deaths have been seen over the years at the event. Nevertheless, people from all over the world flock into the town to revel in the excitement from July 6-14 every year.

"I'm afraid of bulls just like everyone is, because they are very strong and very dangerous. But it's OK and I will try my best. I have been participating in this event since I was 18. I'm a native of Pamplona. Every time I feel the same, very nervous before the run and joy after finishing it," said Jorge, a local resident.

"I think we should be respectful. We must be very careful, and be aware of not only how dangerous the bulls are, but also to be careful of the people who run with you," said Carlos, a Spanish visitor who has participated in the event for two consecutive years.

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  • ID : 8115786
  • Published : 2019-07-12 10:29
  • Last Modified : 2019-07-12 17:06:58
  • Location : Spain
  • Category : arts, culture and entertainment
  • Duration : 2'35
  • Audio Language : Spanish/Nats
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  • Category : arts, culture and entertainment
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Spain-Pamplona Bull Run

People revel with dashing bulls

Dateline : July 11, 2019

Location : Spain

Duration : 2'35

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Español
  • Deutsch


Pamplona, Spain - July 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of participants on street before bull run, spectators on balconies
2. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Jorge, local resident, participant (ending with shot 3):
"I'm afraid of bulls just like everyone is, because they are very strong and very dangerous. But it's OK and I will try my best. I have been participating in this event since I was 18. I'm a native of Pamplona. Every time I feel the same, very nervous before the run and joy after finishing it."
3. Various of participants warming up for bull run
4. Various of participants running along with bulls
5. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Carlos, Spanish participant (with reporter asking question):
"It's the second time I have taken part in the run, and my first run was last year. I really like the experience and I like bulls as well. That's why I decided to join again this year."
(Reporter: "Do you feel afraid? Each year, people get injured.")
"I think we should be respectful. We must be very careful, and be aware of not only how dangerous the bulls are, but also to be careful of the people who run with you."
6. Various of participants running along with bulls
7. Various of participants in bull run, buildings


The annual bull run in Pamplona, Spain has given breathtaking moments to courageous men and women who choose to run with the animals along narrow streets.

The runners, most dressed in white with red scarves, crowded into the almost 800 meter course that leads to the town's bull ring.

Participants warmed up before 10 bulls were released to run along the route. As the bulls reached the site, they sprinted ahead trying to avoid being gored and trampled, screaming in excitement.

Injuries and even deaths have been seen over the years at the event. Nevertheless, people from all over the world flock into the town to revel in the excitement from July 6-14 every year.

"I'm afraid of bulls just like everyone is, because they are very strong and very dangerous. But it's OK and I will try my best. I have been participating in this event since I was 18. I'm a native of Pamplona. Every time I feel the same, very nervous before the run and joy after finishing it," said Jorge, a local resident.

"I think we should be respectful. We must be very careful, and be aware of not only how dangerous the bulls are, but also to be careful of the people who run with you," said Carlos, a Spanish visitor who has participated in the event for two consecutive years.

ID : 8115786

Published : 2019-07-12 10:29

Last Modified : 2019-07-12 17:06:58

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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