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August 7, 2012 Scott McMahon
Paddlesports
AuSable River Canoe Marathon Puts Endurance to the Test
July 24-29 marked the 65th annual running of the AuSable River Canoe Marathon, and the second leg of the Triple Crown of Canoe Racing.  The course took paddlers 120 miles along the AuSable River from Grayling to Oscoda on a non-stop trip through the night in a true test of grit and determination.

June 10, 2011
Paddlesports
DNR Offers Kayaking Class for Women 6/28 and 6/30
The Department of Natural Resources invites women to learn the basics of kayaking on Tuesday, June 28, and Thursday, June 30, in Milford.  Kayaking provides fun outdoor exercise and is a great way to get an up-close look at wildlife and take in the scenery.  The two-part class is being offered through the department's Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program and will be held on both weeknights from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Proud Lake Recreation Area, Heavener Canoe Livery in Milford.

July 20, 2010
Paddlesports
AuSable River International Canoe Marathon
Another record field expected for the annual AuSable River Canoe Marathon from July 24-25, 2010

July 11, 2010 Brandon Gerardy
Paddlesports
Amazing (G)Race
A Physical Therapist Means a lot To a Patient, But Sometimes a Patient Means Even More to a Physical Therapist

July 10, 2010 Rebecca Barton
Paddlesports
Up a Creek...With a Carbon Fiber Paddle
Technology-infused racing with ultra-light materials: canoe racing has come a long way

July 7, 2010
Paddlesports
Kayaking Class for Women
Michigan DNRE Offers "Becoming an Outdoors Woman" Class on Aug. 21

June 4, 2010
Paddlesports
Freya Hoffmeister circumnavigates Australia, makes history
Freya Hoffmeister's epic trip makes her the second person in history to complete the journey.  She will be the featured presenter at this year's Great Lakes Sea Kayak Symposium in Grand Marais, Michigan, July 15-18, 2010.

July 9, 2009 Katie Kelly-Noble
Paddlesports
Editor's Take: Putting an Oar in the Water
I stood by myself on the water’s edge of the Black River, waiting for the Port Huron Canoe Races to begin on a Saturday morning.  All I knew about canoe racing was what I had read on the Internet.  I am more comfortable surrounded by runners, not canoeists.  How was I going to write about this?

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