Coxless Crew Pacific Ocean Row

The journey of six women crossing the Pacific Ocean, setting 2 World Records and raising money for Breast Cancer Care and Walking With The Wounded
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The Coxless Crew in the Doris. The story of their journey across the Pacific will be told in the film Losing Sight of Shore

The Coxless Crew in the Doris. The story of their journey across the Pacific will be told in the film Losing Sight of Shore

Pacific rowers: 4 British women journey 8,000 miles - CNN.com

257 Days of Girl Power: Female Rowing Team Sets Record With Pacific Crossing

A group of British women has become the first team of four to row the Pacific Ocean after ending their mammoth journey at Cairns in far north Queensland.

A group of British women becomes the first team of four to row the Pacific Ocean after ending their mammoth journey at Cairns in far north Queensland.

After a gruelling battle with the elements, the Coxless Crew made history as the first all-female rowing crew to cross the South Pacific Ocean.

All-female crew row for 9 months, 8,500 miles from California to Australia

After a gruelling battle with the elements, the Coxless Crew made history as the first all-female rowing crew to cross the South Pacific Ocean.

After nine months at sea a group of female adventurers have completed one of the toughest expeditions on the planet - rowing more than 9,200 miles across the Pacific Ocean. The Coxless Crew set out on their journey from San Francisco in April, when they sailed under the Golden Gate Bridge and pointed Doris, their pink 29ft boat, towards Australia.

The Coxless Crew complete 9,200 mile rowing voyage across Pacific, in pictures

Pacific Ocean rowers: Coxless Crew complete journey

Pacific Ocean rowers: Coxless Crew complete journey

Blog : Coxless Crew | Pacific Ocean Row 2015

Blog : Coxless Crew | Pacific Ocean Row 2015

British female rowing crew make history with Pacific crossing

Coxless Crew step ashore in Queensland after 257 days to become first women’s team – and the first crew rowing four at a time – to complete epic journey

SOS UK Launch : Coxless Crew | Pacific Ocean Row 2014

Last week saw the launch of SOS rehydrate at the popular Sweatshop store on Trump Street and we were fortunate enough to be kindly invited along by the co-owner himself James Mayo. SOS is a new bra.

Blog : Coxless Crew | Pacific Ocean Row 2015

Blog : Coxless Crew | Pacific Ocean Row 2015

After spending 10 months at sea all female British rowing team The Coxless Crew are set to break records with their arrival into Cairns, Australia, as the first ever female team AND the first ever team in a four-person boat to row the Pacific. The Coxless Crew is expected to arrive into Cairns on Friday 22nd January Icom UK supported the team by supplying an IC-M91D VHF/DSC. Image courtesy of ‘Losing Sight of Shore’

The Coxless Crew in the Doris. The story of their journey across the Pacific will be told in the film Losing Sight of Shore

4 Female Rowers Finish 9-Month Journey Across Pacific Ocean

A group of four British rowers called the "Coxless Crew" finished their trip across the Pacific Ocean on Jan.

These ladies rowed by training early this morning 'Coxless Crew Pacific Row' they aim to become record breakers rowing from San Diego California to Cairns Australia, raising money for 'Walking with the Wounded' and 'Breast Cancer Care'. They begin their epic journey in 121 days. Check their website out coxlesscrew.com

These ladies rowed by training early this morning 'Coxless Crew Pacific Row' they aim to become record breakers rowing from San Diego California to Cairns Australia, raising money for 'Walking with the Wounded' and 'Breast Cancer Care'. They begin their epic journey in 121 days. Check their website out coxlesscrew.com

British female rowing crew make history with Pacific crossing

British female rowing crew make history with Pacific crossing

The group made it across the ocean using their rowing boat, called Doris, which was 29 foot long and painted bright pink

Late last night, Laura Penhaul, 31, and her team of three other women started an epic journey: a 8,446-mile row from San Francisco, California to Cairns, Australia. The United Kingdom-based team, known at the Coxless Crew, are aiming to become the first team of four to complete a Pacific Ocean Row unsupported.

Meet The Toughest Women in the World: The Coxless Crew

By Sara Gaynes Levy Late last night, Laura Penhaul, and her team of three other women started an epic journey: a row from San Francisco, Cali.

After nine months at sea a group of female adventurers have completed one of the toughest expeditions on the planet - rowing more than 9,200 miles across the Pacific Ocean. The Coxless Crew set out on their journey from San Francisco in April, when they sailed under the Golden Gate Bridge and pointed Doris, their pink 29ft boat, towards Australia.

The Coxless Crew - a group of female adventurers - have stepped ashore in Cairns, Australia, after rowing their 29 foot boat, Doris, more than miles across the Pacific Ocean

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