Heads Together and Row: Day 26

6 January 2019

Heads Together and Row: Day 26

Day 26 at sea for Heads Together and Row, and Toby has sent us a couple of photos of Justin and Ali hard at work on the oars as the team inch closer to the halfway point of the race.

Captioning them ‘the engine room in full swing’, he said: “Keep them fed on jars of peanut butter and we’ll be in Antigua in no time at all!

It’s hot and hard-going but we’re making progress and halfway is not far away…”

We understand the team are planning something special to celebrate the milestone. Updates to follow on that.

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As of 1200 GMT on day 26, here’s how the team are getting on:

Position: 18 degrees 52.90 N, 036 degrees 55.43 W

Speed/Direction: 2.2 knots @ 271 degrees

Distance rowed: 1288 Nautical Miles (1482 Miles)

Distance to go: 1421 Nautical Miles (1635 Miles)

12th in Fours crews

16th overall

Henley Business School is working with Heads Together and Row on a research project looking at individual and team resilience. Click here to find out more.

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