Carrera de cintas
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The carrera de cintas, or belt race, is a traditional sport often played during the feria patronal in Spain and Latin America. In the carrera de cintas, short belts with loops on one end are hung from a wire suspended between two posts. Contestants, who may be on either horses or bicycles, ride towards the wire and attempt to capture a belt by putting a peg through the loop. Traditionally, the belts are given to a group of women who then award prizes. The origin of the sport is not known.
- The carrera de cintas at Worldwide Ministries[permanent dead link]
- El Diario de Occidente on the carrera de cintas (Spanish language)
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