From left: Duncan Roy, Jordan Shuttleworth, Jason Caldwell and Angus Collins at the end of the 2,400-nautical mile trip, completed in a record 30 days, 7 hours and 30 minutes. Photos: Mikey Brown/Hawaii Sports Photography/Great Pacific Race From left: Duncan Roy, Jordan Shuttleworth, Jason Caldwell and Angus Collins at the end of the 2,400-nautical mile trip, completed in a record 30 days, 7 hours and 30 minutes. Photos: Mikey Brown/Hawaii Sports Photography/Great Pacific Race
From left: Duncan Roy, Jordan Shuttleworth, Jason Caldwell and Angus Collins at the end of the 2,400-nautical mile trip, completed in a record 30 days, 7 hours and 30 minutes. Photos: Mikey Brown/Hawaii Sports Photography/Great Pacific Race

Pacific world record rowers forced to think to earn ‘brotherhood’, crossing from San Francisco to Hawaii

  • The four men who set the world record for rowing across the Pacific meet variable conditions that need constant adjustment
  • A clear mission statement creates a lasting bond with the team putting empathy and honesty at the forefront of their rowing

Topic |   Extreme fitness
From left: Duncan Roy, Jordan Shuttleworth, Jason Caldwell and Angus Collins at the end of the 2,400-nautical mile trip, completed in a record 30 days, 7 hours and 30 minutes. Photos: Mikey Brown/Hawaii Sports Photography/Great Pacific Race From left: Duncan Roy, Jordan Shuttleworth, Jason Caldwell and Angus Collins at the end of the 2,400-nautical mile trip, completed in a record 30 days, 7 hours and 30 minutes. Photos: Mikey Brown/Hawaii Sports Photography/Great Pacific Race
From left: Duncan Roy, Jordan Shuttleworth, Jason Caldwell and Angus Collins at the end of the 2,400-nautical mile trip, completed in a record 30 days, 7 hours and 30 minutes. Photos: Mikey Brown/Hawaii Sports Photography/Great Pacific Race
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