Farthest distance by canoe (kayak) - 24 hours (flowing water) – Female

Farthest distance by canoe (kayak) - 24 hours (flowing water) – Female
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Who
Robyn Benincasa
Where
United States (Yukon,)
When
26 June 2011
The greatest distance paddled in 24 hours on flowing water in a kayak by a woman is 371.92 km (231.1 miles) and was achieved by Robyn Benincasa (USA) paddling down the Yukon River, Yukon, Canada, on 25-26 June 2011. Robyn began and ended her 24-hour attempt at 8:37 am. She started her attempt at the end of Lake Laberge and ended her attempt near Fort Selkirk. She attempted and broke this record on the same day as Carter Johnson, the current male record holder for the same category. Robyn was followed by a support team for the entire 24 hours. The members of the support team were Jeff Akens and Gary Rusnak.