Eat a dozen donuts then run off them off at the 7th Annual Krispy Kreme Challenge to Benefit UCP of Huntsville

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Huntsville’s 7th annual Krispy Kreme Challenge to Benefit UCP is Saturday, November 21 at 8 a.m. at the Providence Classical School (former East Clinton Elementary School campus), located at 605 Clinton Ave., Huntsville.

What is the Krispy Kreme Challenge? Run 2 miles from the start line in downtown Huntsville to a doughnut shop on North Memorial Parkway, eat 1 dozen doughnuts then run 2 miles back to the finish line… All in one hour.

If you feel up to the challenge, it starts Saturday, November 21 at 8 a.m., outside Providence Classical School. Challenge entry is $25. If you want want to enter as a team,  the entry fee is $125. Fun Mile entry is $20 and Doughnut Eating Contest entry is $5. Online registration closed this morning, but registration will be available this Friday, November 20, 10am-6pm during packet pickup at Fleet Feet Sports in Jones Valley and onsite at the event until 7:50 a.m. Contact UCP Huntsville at 256-859-4900 or visit the Challenge website for more information.