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  • Thousands run and devour a dozen doughnuts

    VIDEO: Watch a timelapse as thousands of runners converge on the Krispy Kreme story on Person Street in Raleigh on Saturday morning, Feb. 6, 2016. The runners were participating in the 12th annual Krispy Kreme Challenge, a yearly charity race. Runners travel 2.5 miles to the Krispy Kreme store, eat a dozen doughnuts, and then run 2.5 miles back to the start.

VIDEO: Watch a timelapse as thousands of runners converge on the Krispy Kreme story on Person Street in Raleigh on Saturday morning, Feb. 6, 2016. The runners were participating in the 12th annual Krispy Kreme Challenge, a yearly charity race. Runners travel 2.5 miles to the Krispy Kreme store, eat a dozen doughnuts, and then run 2.5 miles back to the start. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: Watch a timelapse as thousands of runners converge on the Krispy Kreme story on Person Street in Raleigh on Saturday morning, Feb. 6, 2016. The runners were participating in the 12th annual Krispy Kreme Challenge, a yearly charity race. Runners travel 2.5 miles to the Krispy Kreme store, eat a dozen doughnuts, and then run 2.5 miles back to the start. Ethan Hyman ehyman@newsobserver.com

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