Ep. 497: Rowing Across the Atlantic in 43 Days - Laura Try


Laura doesn’t particularly like rowing, which sounds crazy after you realize she rowed a boat 3,000 miles across the Atlantic with a team of three other women in just 43 days 2 hours and 20 minutes. On top of that, they managed to do this by rowing in 2-hour shifts, 24-hours a day, every single day. It’s not rowing that Luara loves, but a pure and unfiltered adventure and the push of the human spirit to experience it.

We hope you enjoy this wonderful conversation around adventure and the unexpected joys and struggles when you put yourself out there.

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