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Girls Who Dare

3 team members

Total raised so far £0.00

Target £0.00

Total plus Gift Aid: £0.00

Raised offline: £0.00

Team story

[p]Girls Who Dare are four ordinary women, taking on an extraordingary challenge to set a new World Record to row from San Francisco to Hawaii as part of the Great Pacific Race in June 2020. [/p][p]The girls share a passion for adventure and a deep belief that we can all DREAM big and DARE to DO more! None of the girls are rowers. They are learing every aspect of the project from scratch to prove that with the right mindest, we can ALL do more than we think.[/p][p]Cited "the world's toughest endurance challenge", the race will see the girls rowing 24 hours a day and living on a 24ft boat for the journey. They will encounter 60-foot swells, sharks, sleep deprivation and extreme physical and mental fatigue.[/p][p]The world record is 62 days, 18 hours. Until now.[/p][p]The girls are raising funds and awareness for three charities; Inspiring Girls, The Harlequins Foundation and Mates in Mind. All of these organisations support empowerment of women and girls through sport and the belief that we can all exploit our mental and physical potential to become the best versions of ourselves.[/p][p]Follow their jouney at every stage from preparation to their first and last stroke, with everything in-between. With your support, they know they can succeed.[img][/img][/p]
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Jane Leonard

Jane Leonard

Sophie Pascall

Sophie Pascall

Vicki Anstey

Vicki Anstey