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Pull-Up Challenge: Supporting Sports for All!

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Support children and youth with disabilities towards better health and active leisure. Support Hugo's Foundation and Stockholm Frame Football IF's Pull-Up Challenge during this year's edition of "Glädjeruset" (The Joy Race). Every penny and every pull-up counts!

Together, let's make a difference, create success, and spread joy through every pull-up!

Glädjeruset is the race where everyone can participate, whether walking, rolling, or running, spreading joy together and enabling active leisure for children and youth with disabilities. All proceeds from the race go to Hugo's Foundation.

Hugo's Foundation works to ensure that children and young people with disabilities have a good and active life.

Stockholm Frame Football IF is Sweden's first frame football club. In frame football, players have various forms of mobility impairments and use a reverse-facing walker or walking frame.

Viktor Karlberg is a coach at Stockholm Frame Football IF and holds a previous record of 832 strict pull-ups in five hours, along with the Board of Hugo's Foundation, who participated in the last half-hour, totalling 181 pull-ups. Together, we raised a total of 39,196 Swedish Kronor, which went in full to Hugo's Foundation and Stockholm Frame Football IF. This year, we aim even higher, and there are great chances to surpass the previous record!

Support Viktor's and Hugo's Foundation's impressive performance for this year's edition of Glädjeruset in Täby, just outside Stockholm, on Saturday, August 24th, and join in as he takes the Pull-Up Challenge to new heights while spreading joy. This time, Viktor only has three hours, but we're still aiming higher, hoping to raise even more money than last year. Every penny raised goes in full to Hugo's Foundation and Stockholm Frame Football IF – Sweden's first frame football club, founded in 2019.

You can follow and cheer on Viktor and the Board of Hugo's Foundation in our live broadcast via Frame Football Instagram starting at 10:00 AM on August 24th. Don't miss this exciting moment – join in and cheer him on to success!

Background: Ill-health is nearly ten times more common among people with disabilities compared to the general population. Pointing to a child's physical injury or diagnosis as the explanation for inactivity would be a convenient way to explain it. But research shows it's too simplistic. It's more a matter of lack of knowledge, resources, and participation. Learn more at idrottsforskning.

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Sofie Olsson
Täby, AB, Sweden

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