A scary cold and terrifying tension

A scary cold and terrifying tension

This month’s Arctic Rower column in the South China Morning Post is an enlightening conversation with Paul Ridley, captain of the first team to row the Arctic Ocean. In 2012, they traveled from Inuvik, Canada to Point Hope, Alaska. The Arctic Rower is a regular...
Completing the Row in a Garage Challenge

Completing the Row in a Garage Challenge

In a few days we are winding up the #RowinaGarage #nwp2021 challenge. Celebrate the amazing and incredible accomplishment of Phil Kite and the NWP2021 team who have rowed 2000 miles, where Phil has been living in his garage throughout the whole campaign. Quite...
Row in a Garage

Row in a Garage

Well we started the #RowinaGarage on 4th May and now at midnight on 13th the team has rowed 2,337km being 73% of our target and based upon these results we should finish on Sunday. As of midnight, by rowing on my shift 2 hours on 2 hours off 24/7 since 4th ,I have...
Bid to Achieve a World Last Great First

Bid to Achieve a World Last Great First

Leven Brown shares the story of how the NWP 2021 Expedition came to life and the intention in Rowing the Arctic’s NorthWest Passage, which is truly one of the World’s Last Great Firsts. Interviewed by Charlie Parker from The Times, you can read the full...