Phil Kite and his crew rowed the Atlantic. Now he will now attempt a world first – to row the Northwest Passage. Photo: Ben Duffy Phil Kite and his crew rowed the Atlantic. Now he will now attempt a world first – to row the Northwest Passage. Photo: Ben Duffy
Phil Kite and his crew rowed the Atlantic. Now he will now attempt a world first – to row the Northwest Passage. Photo: Ben Duffy

Coronavirus lockdown sparks isolation challenge as ocean rower prepares for Northwest Passage world first

  • Phil Kite will spend 12 days in his garage, rowing for two hours, sleeping for two hours, to replicate sea conditions and raise money during coronavirus

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Phil Kite and his crew rowed the Atlantic. Now he will now attempt a world first – to row the Northwest Passage. Photo: Ben Duffy Phil Kite and his crew rowed the Atlantic. Now he will now attempt a world first – to row the Northwest Passage. Photo: Ben Duffy
Phil Kite and his crew rowed the Atlantic. Now he will now attempt a world first – to row the Northwest Passage. Photo: Ben Duffy
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