One Year. Two Oceans.

Our 2020 “Brain Waves” Challenge involves rowing across the Atlantic and Indian Oceans – creating a unique environment to generate critical and invaluable research data for Parkinson’s Disease and PTSD, directly from those living with these conditions, in partnership with Oxford Brookes University.

This remarkable test of teamwork, body and mind will also aim to achieve two incredible world firsts: The first female to row across two oceans in the same year; the first female to row non-stop, continent to continent, between Australia and Africa.

One year. 

Two oceans.

Our 2020 “Brain Waves” Challenge involves rowing across the Atlantic and Indian Oceans – creating a unique environment to generate critical and invaluable research data for Parkinson’s Disease and PTSD, directly from those living with these conditions in partnership with Oxford Brookes University.

This remarkable test of teamwork, body and mind will also aim to achieve two incredible world firsts: The first female to row across two oceans in the same year; the first female to row non-stop, continent to continent, between Australia and Africa.

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This challenge has the potential to have a huge, positive impact for those who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and PTSD.

To get to the starting line, the team are relying on the help of product and financial partners. Do you, or someone you know, own a business looking for a unique sponsorship opportunity with the benefits of advertising on an international platform? We have a range of customisable sponsor packages to suit all budgets…

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Our aim is to raise £100,000 for our charity partners during the row. To make that happen we need to raise £82,000 to cover the cost of the challenge. We are inviting friends and family to become part of the 100 club by donating £100 to help us get to the start.

All donations contribute directly towards the cost of getting the crew to the start line. All money raised above this cost will be split between our charity partners.

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