Dan H's blog posts
Supporter stories Atlantic Row 2013: Two hours in the life of Dan and Will
Dan and Will are nearly at Antigua, having rowed across the Atlantic in two-hours for the last 7 weeks. Dan says, "I'm rowing for two hours and then I have a break while Will rows for the next two hours. The only time this ceased was when we had the storm and were unable to row at all."
Supporter stories Dan and Will win pairs class in the world's toughest rowing race
For the last 54 days, we've been following Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research supporters Dan Howie and Will North as they rowed 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean in the world's toughest rowing race, The Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge.
Supporter stories Jellyfish back Atlantic Row 2013 for Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge
Dan Howie and Will North, both 28, are aiming to complete the epic ocean crossing, the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, in 60 days or less and raise £200,000 for their three chosen charities, Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research, Cancer Research UK, and St Anna’s.
Supporter stories Flying fish and barnacles: Dan and Will's adventure continues
Another report from the Atlantic as the weather picks up and the wind starts blowing Dan and Will's boat in the right direction. The boys are now first in the 'pairs' category, and fast progressing towards Antigua.
Supporter stories Our Atlantic Rowers hit the headlines as they reach halfway
While most of us were eating our Christmas dinner, trying to find something half-decent to watch on TV, Dan Howie and Will North were rowing. Swapping every two hours so the other can get some sleep, Dan and Will have been rowing for 29 days.