Wolverine State Brewing Company Company Sponsors the Ann Arbor Marathon

. August 1, 2016.
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All of Ann Arbor will be in the mood to move during the Ann Arbor Marathon, sponsored by Wolverine Brewery. There are five different categories to compete in: a sprint (half-mile swim, 14-mile road bike ride, and five-mile run) mini-sprint (quarter-mile swim, 14-mile road bike ride and two-mile run), duathalon, aquabike and relay. No matter when they finish, participants will receive a finisher’s medal, t-shirt, snacks and lots of other goodies. And because the triathalon is sponsored by Wolverine Brewery, there will be refreshments (for racers 21 and older) at Bill’s Beer Garden after the race. For thirsty racers, beer will never taste so good.

Sunday, August 7 | 7:30am-Noon | $42-$160
8690 Hankerd Rd. | Gregory
epicraces.com/event/wolverine-man-triathlon

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