Training for the Pacific: Part 1

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A little montage from training today. Gulliver is due out of captivity/Customs on Monday, and then the wet training begins!

 

 

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16 Responses to Training for the Pacific: Part 1

  1. Christine & Kathleen says:

    Hi Sarah

    Good to hear your latest and to know that Gulliver will be out with you on Monday. Keep up the good work of training and we shall look forward to seeing and hearing all about your training sessions.

    all good wishes for now

    C & K

  2. Pamela Stocker says:

    OK – so my measly efforts are minimal in comparison, but encouraging nonetheless. Lovely room and view. Much love, Pam

  3. Pamela Stocker says:

    Measly efforts at fitness, I mean. Great to see you gearing up for the next big stage. P

  4. Ray Girard says:

    The physical pain you feel at the peak of exercise doesn’t have to be your friend, but don’t let it become your adversary. It is only a calibration of what you are, at that moment. Put it in a dingy and let it come along, but don’t let it lead you.
    –Langley, BC, CANADA

  5. Gigi says:

    And the next chapter is about to unfold! Exciting!!!!!!!

  6. jonathan says:

    it is good to hear from you. that is great keep it up.

  7. Angus Mackay says:

    I bumped into a local lad who is planning to row from new york to stornoway.I tould him about your endevours and that you might be able to give him some tips.His e-mail is info@ny2sy.co.uk and his web site is ny2syco.uk. Give his web page a look and see what you think.

  8. Rhian Wyn Jones says:

    Wish we had your energy and drive but we don’t. On the other hand you are unique and we remain in total admiration of your effort. Good luck. Our thoughts are with you.

    Tudor and Rhian

  9. Amy Bryant says:

    Sare, watching your video transported me back to the St Hugh’s boathouse and I’ve been bombarded with wonderful memories. Can’t quite believe that you’re so far away – and so close to the Pacific leg. I am both terrified and thrilled for you (but far more the former!)
    I hope your body niggles are lessening and your mind is strengthening.
    Lots of love, Amz

  10. Belinda Dade says:

    And I was SO proud of myself yesterday for running on the treadmill for the first time in my life WITHOUT FALLING OFF!!! My efforts in the gym pale into insignificance beside yours! Well done Sarah!!

    Lots of love, Belinda xx

    • Sarah says:

      Well done Belinda – a tricky beast the treadmill can be! My advice is don’t try running with your eyes closed – my experience is you fall off rather swiftly 🙂

      Hope you’re well,

      Sarah

  11. Jo Johnson says:

    You never cease to amaze me. Think of you lots and wishing you well with this rigourous training.Love Jo.

  12. Robert Douglas says:

    Best of luck in the forthcoming row across the North Atlantic. Give the New World my regards.

  13. Robert Douglas says:

    Silly me :)! I got the Ocean name wrong. Anyway, best of luck crossing North Pacific – sail safe!

  14. GO AHEAD. EXCELLENT.SUPERB!
    Ruben Zeceña De Saint-Exupêry Este es un ejemplo que la sencillez de la vida, es la amistad, la inspiracion el vehiculo para lograr el fin ultimo la felicidad, de disfrutar la vida.

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