Pamplona alive with Running of the Bulls

Updated 0941 GMT (1741 HKT) July 4, 2014
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A young man is caught between the bull's horns as he is tossed on July 8, 2007 in the old city streets of Pamplona. Thousands of "runners" test their skill, courage, and luck in the 900-meter course made famous by Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel "The Sun Also Rises," first published in 1926. The man was thrown against a fence but not injured. These images by photographer Jim Hollander appear in a new book "Fiesta: How To Survive The Bulls Of Pamplona." JIM HOLLANDER
One runner tries to protect himself from a fighting bull from the Fuente Ymbro ranch as another is upside-down with both feet in the air during the third "encierro," or Running of the Bulls in Pamplona's Fiesta de San Fermin on July 9, 2008. Jim Hollander
Fighting bulls from the El Ventorrillo ranch run in the middle of a street packed with thousands of runners on July 9, 2009 in Pamplona, Spain. Jim Hollander
The excitement of the eight-day Running of the Bulls is captured in this image from July 2009. Jim Hollander
Bulls run around La Curva in Pamplona on July 11, 2010. Jim Hollander
Runners enter the bullring in Pamplona ahead of a lone fighting bull in the eight-day Fiesta de San Fermin on July 12, 2013. Jim Hollander