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Rowers plan to race across an ocean

The Woodvale Indian Ocean Rowing Race is the world’s longest rowing race by distance, with each crewmember rowing about 15 percent of the earth’s circumference. Departing from Geraldton, Western Australia on April 19 and finishing more than 3,100 nautical miles in Mauritius, teams of unsupported Solos, Pairs and Fours, together with a record-setting crew of eight, will push their physical and mental capabilities to the absolute limit.

Click here to read the press release or visit the race Web site.