Celebrating our 68th Annual
North America's Toughest, Richest Canoe Race and the World's Toughest Spectator Race!
Grayling to Oscoda, Michigan * July 26-31, 2016
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Champions of the 2015 AuSable River Canoe Marathon - Andrew Triebold, of Grayling, Michigan, and Steve Lajoie, of Mirabel, Quebec. They completed the 120-mile Grayling to Oscoda course in 14:31:56 (14 hours, 31 minutes, 56 seconds). This is the dynamic duo's eighth consecutive Marathon victory and ninth overall. Andrew Triebold now has 10 AuSable Marathon victories, having also won the race in 2007 with Matthew Rimer.
Winners of the Womens Division of the AuSable River Canoe Marathon - Sylvie Nadeau, of St. Jérôme, Quebec, and Edith MacHattie, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Sylvie & Edith completee The Marathon 36th overall, in 16:34:19.
Winners of the Mixed Division - Mike Davis & Rebecca Davis, of Homer, Michigan. Mike & Rebecca finished 12th overall, completing the race in 15:25:17.
Winners of the Masters Division - brothers Seth Miller, of Norwood, Massachusetts, and Stephen Miller, of Groton, Massachusetts. The Miller brothers finished 33rd overall with a time of 16:27:07.
Winners of the Seniors Division - Clark Kent and Mike Bradford, both of Lapeer, Michigan. The pair finished 13th overall, in a time of 15:31:18
Winners of the Rooke Division - Mathieu Pellerin of Shawinigan, Quebec, and Guillaume Blais, of St. Boniface, Quebec. They finished in second place overall in The Marathon, with a time of 14:40:53.