We would love you to join us for an evening with Andrew Osborne to hear more about this epic solo row across the Atlantic Ocean in aid the Amy Osborne Memorial Fund at the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young.
There will be a short video, talk and Q&A starting at 7pm.
In his own words:
‘I am sitting at my desk at home, thinking about my 3 months on the Atlantic Ocean and it is starting to feel like I just dreamt it. It feels a whole world away. Life was different on the ocean, more simple but surreal. I miss the rhythm of it, eating, sleeping, rowing, over and over again.
People often ask me how I feel about the row as a whole and it’s a funny thing, for me it just feels like something I did. Yes of course, rowing 3000 miles solo and unsupported doesn’t happen often, in fact there are only under 200 people on this planet who have succeeded in rowing an ocean solo but what I have learnt is that people are capable of much more than they might think.
I’m a 57 year old man with only 1 finger on one hand and I quite literally single handedly rowed 3000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean. Yes it took training, research and a year’s worth of preparation but if I can do it, I truly believe anyone can.’