How long is the Grayling Canoe Marathon?
The Au Sable River Canoe Marathon, presented by Consumers Energy, (also stylized as the AuSable River Canoe Marathon) is an annual 120 mi (193 km) canoe race in Michigan from Grayling to Oscoda.
How long is the AuSable Canoe Marathon?
AuSable River Canoe Marathon Hall of Fame The AuSable River Canoe Marathon is one of the most premiere canoe races in the United States. It covers a distance of approximately 120 miles, starting at Grayling and ending in Oscoda on the shore of Lake Huron.
Who won AuSable Canoe Race 2021?
OSCODA – Jorden Wakeley and Matt Meersman won the 2021 AuSable River Canoe Marathon in dominating fashion Sunday, crossing the finish line in Oscoda over 13 minutes ahead of the second place finishers. Wakeley and Meersman finished with a time of 13 hours, 54 minutes and nine seconds.
What time does the AuSable Canoe Marathon start?
The race starts at 9:00 pm in downtown Grayling on Saturday and ends Sunday afternoon in Oscoda. The completely equipped spectator will have: A Marathon program book and spectator guide with racer and course information. AuSable River Course Map.
What year did canoeing first appear in the Olympics?
Canoe/kayak made its first Olympic appearance as a demonstration sport in 1924 during the VIII Olympiad in Paris.
Where is the AuSable River in Michigan?
The Au Sable is a major tributary to Lake Huron. It drains a north-south basin that includes 1,932 square miles in north-central lower Michigan.
How fast is the AuSable river?
Description. The Au Sable has a drainage basin of 1,932 square miles (5,000 km2) and an average flow of 1,100 ft3/s (31 m3/s) at its mouth. The river drops 650 feet (200 m) from its source at the junction of Kolka and Bradford Creeks.