Heads Together and Row: Halfway to Antigua
9 January 2019
Heads Together and Row are officially halfway through their journey to Antigua.
They are taking part in the 3,000-mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge to raise funds and awareness for mental health charities, and are also the focus of research into individual and team resilience, led by Henley academic Dr Caroline Rook.
During their time at sea so far they have encountered a variety of wildlife including whales and dolphins, carried out some on-board DIY with the aid of a hacksaw and a selfie stick, and enjoyed a Christmas Day treat of Toblerone and beer.
They have also experienced the challenges that come with rowing an ocean, including extreme seasickness, sore bottoms and tricky weather conditions.
Ask Heads Together and Row
Do you have a question for the team about their time at sea so far? If so, they would love to hear from you!
You can leave your question as a comment underneath the Q&A post on Henley’s social media channels (details of these below), or alternatively email it to the PR team using the contact details below.
We will email a selection of the best questions to the team and reveal their answers in an upcoming blog post.
How to follow their progress
As their headline partner, Henley is providing regular updates on the team’s progress during the race. You can find these:
- On our Heads Together and Row content hub
- On Twitter, by following @henleybschool
- On Facebook, by liking Henley Business School
- On Instagram for images, at @henleybschool
Photo of the crew: Ben Duffy/Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge