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A Shore Thing UK

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A huge congratulations to our Becky for the completion of an erg marathon, 42'195m and in an amazing time too! A great testament to her self motivation in these difficult times. 👏🚣‍♀️🤩 #soproud #rowing #Concept2

A Shore Thing UK

A Shore Thing UK

We are delighted to announce our crew is complete with the addition of our fourth rower 𝗖𝗵𝗮𝗿𝗶𝘁𝘆 𝗣𝗵𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗽𝘀! We've all rowed together with Tamar & Tavy Gig Club, can't wait to train with you again soon. #RowingForMentalHealth #London2Landsend #GBRowChallenge

A Shore Thing UK

A Shore Thing UK

Challenge to Overcome: Being on camera.
Here's an update on our challenge. Those of you that know me will know how far out of my comfort zone I am to do a video like this. - Sue

A Shore Thing UK

A Shore Thing UK

A Shore Thing UK

Mind have put together this great info for anyone who's anxious or self isolating. It's going to be a difficult time, look out for each other. https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/coronavirus-and-your-wellbeing/?fbclid=IwAR2swZKcaaFK1wl7DrAGlpteYAV0dpbvrozbFqybJZYjP7yO74GqdQvFA-o

A Shore Thing UK

A Shore Thing UK

Challenges to Overcome: Weather
If it's very hot we are at risk of heatstroke, if very cold and wet, hypothermia. We'll have nice long daylight hours but need to keep our skin protected from the sun. We'll have to deal with whatever weather we happen to get, including storms.

A Shore Thing UK

A Shore Thing UK

Challenges to Overcome: Sores
We'll be taking roughly 3000 strokes every shift on the oars. That's going to affect all parts of us in contact, hands, feet and bottoms. This is made worse by salt water and exposure to sun and wind, we'll need to keep hydrated, moisturised and wrap any injuries quickly to prevent them getting worse.

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