On Saturday, Feb. 8, over 5,000 runners participated in an unusual charity race that raised about $35,000 for the North Carolina Children's Hospital by taking the Krispy Kreme Challenge. The race begins with a two-mile run to the Krispy Kreme shop, an unusual spot for a race rest station. There the runners need to down a dozen glazed doughnuts, before running two miles back to the starting line. Consider it an out-and-back run with a gluttonous rest stop. The goal is to complete the race within an hour and not to toss your doughnuts in the process.
This reminds me of that guy who's only eating bacon for the entire month of February, but at least these people are getting some exercise. Are you curious to know how many calories are in one dozen Krispy Kreme donuts? Then read more