It’s now been over a year since Captain Ewan sent a whatsapp message to the group letting us know he intended to row the Atlantic in 2019, and asked us whether or not we were interested. Of course we were!
None of us fully appreciated the sheer amount of organisation
After Ed and Jon’s 50km trail running adventure, the idea was to leave the running to the professionals and start to focus on rowing. However, there were 2 unexpected outcomes from the run. Firstly, trail running was actually quite fun! It’s probably not the last one that we see the
Given the row is over a year away, it’s important to keep setting stretching but more immediate goals to keep us motivated. Luckily for Ed and Jon, they began to work with a new company which specialises in helping people to achieve unrealistic goals and raise money and awareness for
With Ed and Jon based in Sydney it was up to Ewan and I to do the educational trip to La Gomera to meet the 2018 TWAC teams and get an idea of what to expect next year.
After flying in from different locations, Ewan from Singapore, myself from Birmingham
After 63 days at sea and at the mercy of the elements, 22 teams in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge crossed the finish line, concluding the end of the world’s toughest row and the quickest race to date. What an incredible, inspiring, record breaking race.
Very exciting to have our first live radio interview yesterday with BBC Hereford and Worcester. Great opportunity for us to talk about our amazing charities and the work they are doing, and the Talisker Whisky Atlantic challenge ahead!
We are finally here. Very excited to finally launch our website, social media and fundraising platforms to the public, after what seems like an age. We have been talking about this for so long now that it seems almost old news to us, however most of our friends and wider
Congratulations on the successful crossing, setting a new world record of 29 days, 14 hours & 34 minutes – smashing the previous world record by 6 days!