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OCEAN ROWING SOCIETY INT. ARCHIVE
(in order of the dates of arrivals)

2018 ●   2017   ●   2016   ●   2015  ●  2014  ●  2013 2012  20112010 2009 2008   2007 2006

20052004 2003 •  2002 •  2001 2000 1999-97
 

 2019
 


Arrivals in 2019:
(click on the name)
 

Talisker Whisky Atlantic Rowing Race

Patrick Bol, Lewis Knollman, Matt Wilds, Andrew Ruinoff

Christophe Papillon

Ralph Tuijn

Dawn Wood

John Wilson & Ricky Reina

Richard Allen

Alex Simpson & Jamie Gordon

Lee Frank Spencer

Fedor Konyukhov

Ralph Tuijn

 

 

    Charlie Martell (UK)

         

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attempted to row across the Pacific W-E solo, from Choshi, Japan to San Francisco on board Blossom in bid to become the first person to complete the crossing solo unsupported from land to land
Note: there have been only two successful rows on this route - by Gerard d;Aboville and Emmanuel Coindre. Both rowers were forced to accept tow in the vicinity of land due to life threatening weather conditions.
 

Left Choshi, Japan on May 23, 2019 at 6am UTC
Rescued on May 28, 2019 due to shoulder injury
 
Pacific Ocean Rows

 

   Ralph Tuijn, skipper (Dutch), Niklas Persson & Therese Lundgren (both
  Sweden),
Jacob Rothing (NO), James Morrissey (IRE)  & Denis Gorbylev (RU)

         
 

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are rowing the Atlantic E-W from Europe to South America, from Portimão, Portugal to Cayenne, French-Guyana.

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Left Portimão, Portugal on April 01, 2019 at 19:10UTC
Reached Cape Verde and called in for repairs on April 24, 2019.

Left Cape Verde on April  25, 2019 at 17:15UTC

Arrived to  Remire-Montjoly, French Guiana on May 22, 2019
 

Rows from Europe Rows to South America

 

 

   Fedor Konyukhov  (Russia) 

         
 


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154  :  13  :  37  :  00

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is rowing solo the South Pacific W-E from New Zealand to Cape Horn (the first stage of the planned three phases of the Around-The-World Row) on board Akros, purpose-designed by Phil Morrison and built by Rannoch Adventure.


Left Port Chalmers, South Island, NZ  on December 6, 2018 at 7:08UTC (20:08 local time)

On May 09, 2019 at approx. 18:00UTC
Fedor crossed the finish line of Diego Ramirez Longitude  ( 68.68W ) within vicinity of land
and with this
has officially completed his row across the South Pacific Ocean from west to east.

Took a tow of the support yacht at 20:45UTC.
 

Ocean Rows from/to Australia & New Zealand

 

 

   Lee Frank Spencer (UK)

         
 

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60  : 16  :  06  :  40

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former Royal Marines Commando and Guinness World Record holding ocean rower has completed his row across the Atlantic E-W solo from Portimao, Portugal to French Guiana to become the first physically disabled person to row any ocean solo from Europe to South America, from continent to continent

Left Portimao, Portugal  on January 9, 2019 at 12:00UTC
Stopped over for repairs in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria on Jan 22, 2019 at 12:40UTC

Resumed his row on  January 26, 2019 at 12:00UTC

Arrived in Cayenne, French Guiana on March 11, 2019 at 04:06:40UTC

Congratulations on becoming the First  Physically Disabled Person
to row an ocean solo from continent to continent;
on the longest solo row by a physically disabled person
&
on the fastest solo row from Europe to South America
 

Ocean Rows By Physically Disabled Rows from Europe
  Age of Ocean Rowers on Route from Europe

 

   Alex Simpson & Jamie Gordon (UK)

         
 

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37  :  17  :  43  :  00

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have rowed the Atlantic E-W as a team Hyperion Atlantic Challenge from Gran Canaria to Barbados on board their open class rowboat Storm Adventures.
 

Left  Gran Canaria on January 29, 2019 at 09:35 UTC 

Crossed the finish line at PSC Barbados on March 8, 2019 at 03:18:45UTC

Congratulations on becoming
the fastest open-class Pair to row 2602 nautical miles on the Atlantic Trade Winds I Route at average speed 2.875 knots

Note: They have beaten the previous World speed record for open-class Pair on the Atlantic east to west by Jon Armstrong & Jordan Beecher (both UK) who rowed 2550 nautical miles from La Gomera to Antigua in 37days 8hrs 8min at average speed
2,845 knots between 14 Dec 2017 - 20 Jan 2018 on board Trident

 

Congratulations to Alex Simpson on becoming the youngest person to row oceans three times, being 27 years 4 days at the start of his last row

Note: The previous age record in this category was 27 years 84 days by Angus Collins

 

  Richard Allen (UK/Commonwealth)

         
 


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76  :  02  :  12  : 00

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has completed his row of the Atlantic E-W on TW II  solo from Freetown, Sierra Leone to Georgetown, Guyana on board Rannoch R25 boat Tamuíkke.

Left Freetown, Sierra Leone at 19:08UTC on December 13, 2018
Arrived to Georgetown, Guyana on February 27, 2019 at 21:20 (t.b.c.) 

 

    John Wilson & Ricky Reina (UK)

         
 


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88  :  09  :  22  :  00

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The Atlantic Avengers have rowed   the Atlantic east to west from Europe following the 2nd voyage of Columbus from Cadiz to Antigua
 


Departed Cadiz, Spain on November 27, 2018 at 7:23UTC  
Arrived to Antigua on February 23, 2019 at 16:45UTC
 
Rows from Europe Age of rowers on route
Europe - South America & Caribbean Islands

 

 

An annual race across the Atlantic E - W

La Gomera, Canary Islands
- Antigua, Antigua & Barbuda
Organized by Atlantic Campaigns
Started on December 12, 201818
Finished on Feb 27, 2019 at 4:12UTC

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   Dawn Wood (UK)

         
 

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51 : 18 : 28 : 00

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has completed her solo row across the Atlantic E-W from Gran Canaria to Barbados on board True Blue
 

Left Pacito Blanco, Gran Canaria on January 5, 2019 at 9:02UTC 
Arrived to PSC, Barbados on February 26, 2019 at 3:30UTC
 
Atlantic TW1 Solo Rows Ocean Rows by Women
Solo Rower's Age Ocean Solo Rows by Women

 

   Christophe Papillon (France) 

         
 


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64 : 08 : 30 : 00

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has completed his solo row across the Atlantic E-W from El Hierro, Canary Islands to Martinique. 


Left El Hierro on December 9, 2018 at 8:30UTC

Arrived to Le Robert, Martinique on February 11, 2019 at 17:00UTC

Atlantic E-W Solo Rows Rows from La Palma and El Hierro
   Rows to Martinique
 

 

   Ralph Tuijn (Netherlands)

         
 

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10 : 30 : 00 : 00

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is rowing the Atlantic E-W solo from Europe to South America, from Portim„o, Portugal to Cayenne, French-Guyana.

Left  Portimao, Portugal on January 21, 2019 at 11:00UTC 

Stopped over in Lanzarote on January 31, 2019  at 11:30UTC due to technical problems
 

Rows from Europe Rows to South America

 

Patrick Bol (Netherlands/United Arab Emirates), Lewis Knollman, Matt Wilds, Andrew Ruinoff (all UK/ United Arab Emirates)

         
 

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24 : 03 : 53 : 00
 

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undertook an attempt to row the Atlantic on TW2 Route  in team Row4Ocean   from Dakar, Senegal to Paramaribo, Suriname on board a trimaran Year of Zayed.
 

Departed from Terroubi Hotel Marina, Dakar, Senegal at 12:07UTC on December 14,  2018

The row is over due to irreparable damage to rudder on Year of Zayed

On January 7, 2019 at approx 16:00 UTC the sailing vessel shadowing Year of Zayed, attached a tow line to the rowing boat