As per the Statista report, the number of participants running with the bulls in the San Fermin festival in 2017 is discussed. It was in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona. Despite some controversies, thrillseekers are flocking to Pamplona from all corners of the world to seek an adrenaline-filled running with the bulls. 

Since 1922, a total of 15 people have been killed by bulls at the festival. Though deaths are infrequent, injuries are far more common. The overwhelming majority were men, among 17,126 people who took their chances of running with the bulls.

94% of the runners were men and only 6% of them were women. The percentage of participants in terms of origin is given as:
40% - Spain,
20% - United States,
19% - Navarra,
4%  - United Kingdom, Australia,
3%  - France,
2%  - Latin America,
8%  - Rest of the World.


Image source: https://www.statista.com/chart/14591/whos-running-with-the-bulls-in-pamplona/
Image license: CC-BY-ND

Participants running with the bulls in the San Fermín festival in 2017

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As per the Statista report, the number of participants running with the bulls in the San Fermin festival in 2017 is discussed. It was in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona. Despite some controversies, thrillseekers are flocking to Pamplona from all corners of the world to seek an adrenaline-filled running with the bulls.

Since 1922, a total of 15 people have been killed by bulls at the festival. Though deaths are infrequent, injuries are far more common. The overwhelming majority were men, among 17,126 people who took their chances of running with the bulls.

94% of the runners were men and only 6% of them were women. The percentage of participants in terms of origin is given as:
40% - Spain,
20% - United States,
19% - Navarra,
4% - United Kingdom, Australia,
3% - France,
2% - Latin America,
8% - Rest of the World.


Image source: https://www.statista.com/chart/14591/whos-running-with-the-bulls-in-pamplona/
Image license: CC-BY-ND

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