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Losing Sight of Shore

Attempting to make history on the world's largest ocean


Laura Penhaul, Emma Mitchell, Natalia Cohen, Isabel Burnham

The Coxless Crew are a team of six women, who are attempting to become the first female crew to row the Pacific Ocean unsupported. Laura Penhaul, Emma Mitchell and Natalia Cohen will be rowing the full distance whilst three other athletes will be joining the boat for a third of the journey each. With Kylie Minogue acting as patron to the girls, the ‘Coxless Crew’ have certainly created an image for themselves; their aim is to raise a quarter of a million pounds for Walking With the Wounded and Breast Cancer Care.

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Welcome to Row360, the world’s only global, independent rowing magazine. Row360 brings you features from around the world, profiling the best athletes, coaches, and others from the whole rowing community – Olympic, Paralympic, college, club, ocean, and more. Highlights this month: - The World's Fastest Woman: New Zealand's Emma Twigg profiled - From Bled to Aiguebelette: The World Cup Reviews - Danish Determination: Henrik Stephansen’s remarkable recovery - Husky Power: Michael Callahan and the University of Washington