The seventh encierro of San Fermín (July 13) with Adolfo Martín Andrés bulls from Cáceres took place on a sunny, dry morning with a massive group of runners and no serious injuries. The encierro lasted two minutes and 52 seconds, and the Red Cross
This contest, organized by the Club Taurino of Pamplona, awarded first prize to Jacobo Silvestre, from Enfoque Taurino. Silvestre is a true aficionado of the bullfight, Sanfermines and, especially, of the International Press Office (OIP), located this year in the Baluarte. The second and third
Moritz Röder and Maximilian Reich, journalists from Germany sent to cover Sanfermines for the magazine, “Playboy” on July 6, were unable to obtain accreditations for the Chupinazo which would take place 30 minutes later.
The Fuente Ymbro bulls traded their sunny pastures of Cádiz for the sixth encierro of a rainy Sanfermines, running over slippery cobblestones. The Saturday encierro was crowded, fast and wet, led by a black bull and his brother, Jalado, weighing 600 kilos. These two animals