Pacific rowing world record, from San Francisco to Hawaii, smashed by four women in Great Pacific Race

//Pacific rowing world record, from San Francisco to Hawaii, smashed by four women in Great Pacific Race

Pacific rowing world record, from San Francisco to Hawaii, smashed by four women in Great Pacific Race

Four rowers have arrived in Hawaii from San Francisco in 35 days 12 hours and 22 minutes, becoming the fastest women to ever row the Pacific Ocean. Team Ocean Sheroes took 14 days off the women’s world record, which was 50 days. They were part of the Great Pacific Race, and came second to fellow world record-holders Latitude 35.The team – Bella Collins, Purusha Gordon, Mary Sutherland and Lily Lower – were unsupported, carrying all their food and making drinking water using a desalinator.They…

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By | 2021-07-06T06:51:07+00:00 July 6th, 2021|Sport|Comments Off on Pacific rowing world record, from San Francisco to Hawaii, smashed by four women in Great Pacific Race