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  • Who: Sara G

  • What: Most consecutive days rowing over 100 miles per day

  • Where: Barbados

The six crew of the ocean-going Sara G – Matt Craughwell, Graham Carlin (both UK), Thomas Cremona (Malta), Rob Byrne, Adam Burke (both Ireland) and Fiann Paul (Iceland) – rowed more than 100 miles per day for a record 12 days in a row between 9 and 20 January 2011. The record was achieved during the crew’s east–west crossing of the Atlantic Ocean from Tarfaya, Morocco, to Barbados, West Indies, between 5 January and 8 February 2011.


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