- Clark Eid, Bob Bradford
- 18:4:51 day(s):hour(s):minute(s)
- United States (Gulf of Mexico)
The fastest time to travel the length of the Mississippi River by tandem canoe/kayak is 18 days 4 hours and 51 minutes, and was achieved by Bob Bradford and Clark Eid (both USA), in the Gulf of Mexico, Louisiana, USA, on 28 May 2003.
Bob and Clark paddled the length of the Mississippi from Lake Itasca, Minnesota, to Mile Zero in the Gulf of Mexico.
The record was set during The Mississippi River Challenge for Rett Syndrome and Leukodystrophy.