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Topic - Rob Dickens
Thousands of people turn out every year to tempt fate at the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain, but on Saturday, Aug. 24, Americans will have a chance to run for their lives at Virginia Motorsports Park for the 2013 Great Bull Run.
Organizers of a new event planned for several U.S. cities plan to unleash bulls to sprint through fenced-in courses as daredevils try to avoid being trampled.
You could shell out thousands of dollars for a flight to Spain and a hotel room in the historic city of Pamplona, fight your way through the maze of mid-July crowds and wait hours to sprint along the cobblestones for mere seconds of pounding adrenaline as 12 bulls gallop alongside you.
Rob Dickens, co-founder of event organizer The Great Bull Run, says the federal government puts the events in the same category as rodeos, and similar lawsuits "failed miserably."
Co-founder Rob Dickens tells the Riverside Press-Enterprise (http://bit.ly/LFSIOu ) that the company will work with the county to obtain approval.