Derby Dash

. April 1, 2015.
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The Ann Arbor Derby Dimes have whipped themselves into the national roller derby scene, now competing, by invitation, out of state. As they gear up for a tournament in Oregon, Ann Arbor’s premier roller-derby team, The Brawlstars, unlace their skates to host The Derby Dash: a 1 mile and a 5K run along the scenic Huron River. Winners receive awards; all runners earn participation medals. Proceeds support The Derby Dimes’ operating costs.

Check in at 9am. 1 mile fun run at 10:30am. Registration required. ($15/adv, $20/day of) 5K fun run at 11:30am. ($25/adv, $30/day of). Saturday, April 25. 9am-1pm. Gallop Park, 3000 Fuller Rd. a2derbydimes.org 

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