Departing 1st June 2018 from Tower Bridge, London
GB Row is proud to announce it’s first ever SOLO entry. The Hungarian adventurer Gabor RAKONCZAY is an expert rower having crossed the Atlantic several times. He will need all of his rowing prowess and outstanding endurance qualities if he is to conquer the ultra and extreme Coastal Rowing challenge, GB Row 2018. If successful, he will emulate several failed attempts made in the recent past.
Gabor intends to set the history books alight by making a unique entry into Guinness World Records when he takes on the many challenges he will face en-route, starting 1st June 2018. Everybody at GB Row Challenge wishes him well.
Do you have what it takes to complete a 2000 mile ultra coastal row around GB mainland non-stop and unassisted? If you do, contact the GB Row Organisers very soon as interest shown to date reflects probable entries from a solo and pairs/fours crews. This is the ultimate rowing adventure – where will YOU be on 1st June 2018…
Dom Mee, seasoned British adventurer:
‘GB Row 2018 represents the ultimate rowing challenge for competitors. The treacherous British coastline demands the very best in team work and technical navigation ability. A bad decision can put a team on the rocks losing everything. A good decision can take a team miles ahead of the fleet but in the complex weather and currents of the UK coastal area positions can change on a daily basis. Only the best will make it to the finish. Only the extraordinary will win. Forget the Americas Cup this is a modern day Viking challenge that will push men and women to breaking point both mentally and physically in their quest to be crowned the champion’.
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GB Row 2018 will start at Tower Bridge, London, on 1st June 2018 Keep watching this website for more news soon about GBRow – the only 2,000 miles non-stop endurance rowing race around Britain’s coast.
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A Piece of History
The route navigated by the record breaking 2005 team led by Will de Laszlo has been plotted in full detail on a maritime chart. A high resolution copy of this was one of the resources for teams entering GB Row 2013, so that rowers in the 2013 event will be armed with valuable information from the 2005 event to help them plan their own routes. We’ll also be using it during the race to see how the 2013 crews are faring against the pace set by the 2005 World Record holders. You can track the progress of this year’s race on our racetracker viewer