Half-naked runners join Beijing’s 'Undie Run'

By Guo Yiming and Chen Boyuan
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Editor's note: Thousands of runners, either scantily-clad or wearing hilarious costumes, participated in the "Undie Run" in Beijing's Olympic Forest Park for the annual running extravaganza on Feb. 28, 2016. The temperature reached 48.2 degrees Fahrenheit, or 9 degrees Celsius.

The event, originating in California, the United States, was planned to help create a global philanthropic movement and has quickly caught on in China, attracting both young and old people in a unique display during a 3.5-kilometer running spree.

Runners, either scantily-clad or wearing hilarious costumes, participate in the "Undie Run" in Beijing's Olympic Park for the annual running extravaganza on Feb. 28, 2016. [Photo by Guo Yiming / China.org.cn]



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