Heads Together and Row: Day 35

15 January 2019

Heads Together and Row: Day 35

Day 35 at sea for Heads Together and Row and there’s not much to report today, as the team continue to make steady progress towards the finish line in Antigua.

Below are a few words we received from skipper Toby late last night, reflecting on the milestone the crew passed yesterday when they officially dipped under 1,000 nautical miles to go.

He also said:For the third night in a row it poured it down for an hour at about 5am - must be that consistent weather we’ve been promised!”

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As of 1600 GMT on day 35, here’s how the team are getting on:

Position: 17 degrees 42.57 N, 045 degrees 33.72 W

Speed/Direction: 2.3 knots @ 252 degrees

Distance rowed: 1790 Nautical Miles (2059 Miles)

Distance to go: 928 Nautical Miles (1067 Miles)

12th in Fours crews

15th 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.

Visit the Heads Together and Row website to find out how you can support the team.

Photo of Toby (top): Ben Duffy/Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge

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