Fastest row 40,075 km (equator) Concept II Indoor Rower (male)
David Holby
United Kingdom Basingstoke

The fastest time to row 40,075 km (24,901 miles), the distance equivalent to the length of the equator, on a Concept II Indoor Rower is 2 years, 6 months and 20 days and was set by David Holby at The Malls Shopping Centre, Basingstoke, United Kingdom, on 18 December 2010. David, who during his 934-day long attempt became known as Dave the Rower, began to row on 28 May 2008 and covered on average 300.34 km (186.62 miles) per week (based on 7 to 8 hours rowing a day, five days a week).