The 6th Infirmary Health Duathlon, hosted on Mobile Infirmary campus, filled Mobile’s streets with runners and bikers this morning.
Earlier today, more than 300 competitors took to the streets.
Individuals and relay teams competed in a 2-mile run, then a 10-mile bike, followed by another 2-mile run.
“Every year, it’s grown,” said Jennifer Eslinger, President of the Mobile Infirmary. “It gets bigger and bigger. The support just continues to grow for this.
“Again, with the strong culture of giving back to the community we serve, it’s just one of the great ways we can do that.”
This year, the proceeds go to the Fuse Project, which benefits children along the Gulf Coast.