This 21-year-old young man spent 70 days and 3:48 crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
By completing a 3,000-mile journey across the Atlantic Ocean, a British woman became the youngest woman ever to solo across the ocean.
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According to data from Atlantic Campaigns, which organizes the “Toughest Ranks in the World” challenge, 21 ships from all over the world participated in the challenge this year, including some single rowers and other rowing teams of up to four people. .
According to a report from the Battle for the Atlantic, Harrison began in the Canary Islands in Spain on December 12 and arrived in Antigua on Saturday-70 days, 3 hours and 48 minutes.
The organization regularly provides updates on Harrison’s whereabouts. She accomplishes this feat by taking turns sleeping and rowing every two hours.
Harrison also posted weekly updates on her Instagram page, sharing adventures, such as when she encountered a striped marlin and stroked a piece of water covered in seaweed.
According to Atlantic Campaigns, Harrison experienced a setback on Thursday, when her ship capsized about 100 miles. The organization reported that at the time, she also informed her safety officer that her left elbow was injured and the racing doctor injured her over the phone.
A few hours later, Harrison told the match doctor that she was “happier and calmer”, was experiencing pain, and was able to complete the game without help.
The organization said in a statement at the time: “Until you safely go ashore, the ocean is not over, risks still exist and there is no time to relax.”
After approaching the landing site, Harrison raised the smoke signal with both hands and raised the Union Jack as soon as he landed.
When the reporter asked her what was the first thing she set foot on the land, she replied: “Food. Definitely food.”
Harrison’s adventure also raised more than $14,000 for Shelterbox, a disaster relief NGO.
Before Harrison, the youngest rower was American Katie Spotz, who crossed the Atlantic Ocean from east to west in 2010 at the age of 22.
Christine Theodorou of ABC News contributed to this report.