4,000 KMS FROM CALIFORNIA TO HAWAII
ROWING THE PACIFIC
Meet the all women crew taking on the Great Pacific Race.
Find out what has inspired Vicki, Orlagh and Jane to take on the challenge of a lifetime and join them on their journey across the Pacific.
Cited "the world's toughest endurance challenge", the race will see the girls rowing 24 hours / day and living on a 24ft boat for the journey.
World record: 62 days, 18 hours. Until now.
Our motivation is to create a world where everyone can feel empowered and confident to dream, dare, DO.
Does our vision resonate with you? If so, click below to find out how you can support our campaign.
We are Girls Who Dare; a team of women who, in June 2021, will set off from California to row 4,000 kilometres across the Pacific Ocean to Honolulu, Hawaii.
We have been brought together by our passion for adventure and our drive and determination. We are united by our passion for sport and understanding what it is to push our human potential, both physically and mentally.
We want to inspire others to dream big, dare to set challenges and push their way out of their comfort zone. We want to encourage others to reap the life long benefits to body and mind that sport can bring.
To support this challenge and to inspire as many girls and women as possible, we need your help.