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Pittsburgh

and 5000 metres titles. In 1971 he was offered a scholarship by Villanova University. The famous running coach James 'Jumbo' Elliott (Jumbo Elliott (athletics)) invited Coghlan to train for the Villanova track and field team. While there he won four NCAA individual titles over 1500 meters and the mile. On 10 May 1975 Coghlan ran his first sub 4 minute mile in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania setting a new Irish record (3:56.2). One week later, on 17 May, he broke the long standing European


Portugal

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Madrid


France

, anyone older than 18 may participate in an encierro. Although the most famous running of the bulls is that of San Fermín, they are held in towns and villages across Spain, Portugal, and in some cities in southern France during the summer. Examples are the bull run of San Sebastián de los Reyes, near Madrid, at the end of August which is the most popular of Spain after Pamplona, the bull run of Cuéllar, considered as the oldest of Spain since there are documents of its existence dating back to 1215, the Highland Capeias of the Raia in Sabugal, Portugal, with horses leading the herd crossing old border passes out of Spain and using the medieval 'Forcåo', or the bull run of Navalcarnero held at night. '''Jean Baudrillard''' (27 July 1929 – 6 March 2007) ( Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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