Someone was gored in Pamplona, again. That might be the extent of your knowledge about the Running of the Bulls, especially if you get your updates from the evening news every July. Here's what television stations in the United States usually don't show—the unseen moments of courage that follow the blood. Elite runners known as Divinos (the Divine ones) often push the limits of bravery to help the fallen as half-ton bovines rumble past. For that reason, I’ve included the before and after in my list of the ten most dangerous moments of the Running of the Bulls in the last decade.
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