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Rowing over 2000 miles unassisted requires much more than just strength, stamina and endurance. To be able to successfully circumnavigate Great Britain teams need to understand navigation and the sea's tidal flow, which is why it's acknowledged to be the toughest rowing race in the world. Rowing against changeable winds and fast turning tides makes this a greater test of endurance and skill than trans-ocean rowing.