Yianni Moustakas helps people find their match through jogging

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There is a new way to find love and that is to start jogging. If you are in Sydney all you have to do is wake up at 5am, wear your sports shoes and take a bottle of water in you.

According to The Daily Telegraph, Sydney running club helps people connect easily. Instead of swiping left on a person and maybe meeting up at a bar, joining a running club seems to be doing the trick.

One of the club’s founders, Yianni Moustakas, 29, told The Daily Telegraph that some members travel from Liverpool and Bass Hill to take part.

Photo: Ketut Subiyanto

“We actually get a lot of people from Western Sydney coming to our runs. One guy comes from Camden. He’s told me he wakes up at 3:45am and he’s down here by 4:45am,” he said.

Mr Moustakas is happy that his club has brought people together and helped forged friendships and relationships.

“We’ve had a few people already who are going on dates and dating currently. The fact that people can just find somewhere early in the morning and not just meet a future lover but future friends is great,” he said.

Source: The Daily Telegraph

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