The Great Bull Run came to Georgia International Horse Park last Saturday.
The participants were encouraged to "grab life by the horns and experience the rush of a lifetime".
Over 3 thousand participants did just that and sprinted down a quarter-mile track with up to twenty-four 1,200-pound bulls hot on their heels.
If that was not enough all were encouraged to run in insanely fun tomato food fight, Tomato Royale, throwing tomatoes at each other, wearing goggles as the only protection.
Ironically enough the Tomato Royale was more painful experience for most, leaving bruises all over their bodies.
The main event started off a bit sluggish, with a pack of bulls lacking the appreciation for a late morning jog.
Only later waves of runners experienced some much needed adrenaline rush, watching bulls running over some less fortunate participants, but more often being trampled by other fellow runners.
It was the second stop of the new US tour, with the first one organized in Virginia. The next stop is Houston, Texas, December 7th.