Health authorities in northern Spain’s Pamplona say two people were injured in Tuesday’s speedy bull run, although there were no gorings, unlike in previous days.

The race along the 850-metre cobbled-street course to the bullring lasted just over two minutes, the fastest so far this year.

Four people — two Americans and two Spaniards — have been gored since the daily races started on Sunday.

Revellers run next to fighting bulls from Cebada Gago ranch, during the running of the bulls at the San Fermin Festival, in Pamplona, northern Spain, on Monday. (Alvaro Barrientos/The Associated Press)

Tomas Belzunegui, deputy director of the regional hospital, says that a man who fractured his ankle badly on Tuesday will likely remain hospitalized but that a runner who hit his head against the floor will likely be discharged soon.

The nine-day San Fermin fiesta attracts revellers from around the world who test their bravery and speed dashing through the streets with six fighting bulls.

A bull jumps in the water during the traditional running of bulls at Denia’s harbour near Alicante on Monday. During this event in the coastal Spanish city, the bulls run into the sea. (Jose Jordan/AFP/Getty Images)