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'Plogging' craze goes global as fitness fanatics take out the trash
by Philip O'Connor
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25 April 2019
On 25 April 2019 Reuters reported:
The Swedish phenomenon of 'plogging', where joggers combine their run with picking up the trash they find in nature, is going global as both environment and fitness fanatics benefit from the new trend. Started in 2016 by Swede Erik Ahlstrom in the town of Are, which hosted the recent Alpine skiing world championships, the craze is now spreading around the world.
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'The world record is actually in Mexico City, four thousand people have been plogging in one day, but I think it's about 10 thousand people doing it regularly in India. In India, the biggest trend for running, it's plogging right now,' Ahlstrom told Reuters at a recent plogging event in Stockholm.
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