The Great Thames Row 2016
Naomi Riches MBE, London 2012 Paralympic Champion, Bronze Mecallist at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics, and six times World Champion Rower, has completed her biggest challenge yet. In 47:59:54 Naomi rowed the Navigable Thames from Lechlade to Gravesend setting a new World Record. Thank you to everyone for your support!!!
The Great Thames Row
Completed in 47 hours, 59 minutes and 54 seconds and a new Guinness World Record Holder!
From 17-19 September 2016, I will be attempting to set a new World Record for the fastest woman to row 165 miles down our glorious River Thames. I need to complete this in 50 hours or less.
This is not purely for blisters, a sore bum and a bit of fun 8-), but to raise money & awareness for IN-vision; the charity I became Patron of in 2014.
I was diagnosed with Nystagmus (amongst other things) when I was a couple of months old & back then my parents could not get the answers & information they really wanted and needed. The Founder of IN-vision had the same issues when her gorgeous son was born so together we want to make things better.
I also want to raise awareness of the ability of those with a disability. Every day people with a visual disability, indeed with any disability or impairment, have to trust strangers... so to add to my challenge, I will be guided down river by a bunch of strangers.
Event is completed
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with gift aid: £55,467.97
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