PURDUE UNIVERSITY, Ind. (WLFI)—Corgis lined up the track on Sunday for the third annual Corgi race.
The pups kicked off the event with a costume competition.
There were nearly 35 Corgis competing. There was also a race later on in the day.
The event is a fundraiser put on by Theta Tau and Purdue Give Hope, Fight Poverty. A club that aims to provide support and resources for Swaziland, Africa. Students fundraise to take a group of club members there.
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