Jaime Ostos Carmona has died at 90 years of age in Bogotá when suffering a myocardial infarction while he slept. He traveled to Colombia to spend the end of the year with him, Dr. María Ángeles Grajal and witness the Taurine Fairs of Cali and Manizales.
Almost two years ago he exceeded a delicate situation as he was at the ICU at the Hospital de la Zarzuela in Madrid by Coronavirus. He had been admitted to three months due to a vertebral problem that, since the previous summer, had diminished the mobility of the Master of Écija (Seville). He leaves a breed bullfighter, he will be remembered for the absolute delivery of him and for a law of law that cost him several serious cranches during his race. He was about to lose his life in 1963 in the famous cornada de Tarazona de Aragón. The intervention of Doctor Val Carreres and his team was providential. Angel Peralta then plugged the wound by which the life of the teacher was leaving. He came to receive the extreme.
After the doctorate, he became excellent conditions to take the leap: he triumphed in Seville and at the northern fairs, his fiefs forever. He did not confirm in Madrid until Year 58, late in which Antonio Welcome suffered a very serious corn on his neck, with Gregorio Sánchez as a witness. That year he would signed two good tasks in unreatened sales with the sword. Precisely, years more afternoons, he became a reference with the rapture by forcefulness. As a muletero he stood out for the crested that he was spent.
He managed to harvest a great poster in Seville, was an absolute triumph of the April 1962 fair, and in Madrid where he proclaimed San Isidro's triumphant the same year by achieving the only big door of his career. The aforementioned Aragonese Cornada was the most serious of how many it received throughout its trajectory, marked by mishaps: it suffered 14 cranks, of which eight were serious as that of Bilbao in 1957, that of Seville and Salamanca in 58, the From Pamplona in 1960 or Zaragoza in the 62-His best year since he fell injured at the end of the season with 79 passes held - among others.
The last years he had to face the most feared irons like Miura or Pablo-Romero. The last triumphant season of him was 1968, then he continued with a hobby, courage and the spirit fighter of him until 1980. He was a bullfighter with a lot of courage, they called him "Jaime Heart de León" for the ability to overcome him. On the street, he was a controversial character, without hairs on his tongue.Updated Date: 08 January 2022, 10:39