Wally Irvin Survives Krispy Kreme Challenge
Over the years, LT has set the pace, so to speak, for marathoners, half-marathoners, and triathletes. For example, in October, 12 intrepid LT runners ran as “LT United” in the Tennessee Ragnar Relays, covering nearly 200 miles from Chattanooga to Nashville.
On Saturday, November 21, Wally Irvin survived on of the most challenging endurance events of them all, the 7th Annual Krispy Kreme Challenge in Huntsville, Alabama.
Krispy Kreme Challenge is a sort of nutritional triathlon. Contestants run two miles from the start line in downtown Huntsville to a donut shop where they must eat one dozen donuts, and then run two miles back to the finish line.
Wally was up to the task. He ran four miles, consumed 12 donuts, 2,400 calories, and over 100 grams of fat in 36 minutes, placing seventh out of 250 runners/eaters.
We congratulate Wally on climbing the Mt. Everest of donut-devouring-foot-racing events!
J. Wallace Irvin is an associate in the firm’s Nashville office, where he focuses his practice on construction law with an emphasis on the representation of architects and engineers in construction disputes. Mr. Irvin has represented subcontractors in labor and construction disputes. He has also represented owners, sureties, design professionals, prime contractors and remote contractors in insurance defense and subrogation matters, particularly in the assertion and enforcement of mechanics’ and materialmen’s liens and performance and payment bond claims.