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Ep 89: Mothership Atlantic Rowing Challenge Crew - Doing something extraordinary was less scary than we thought!

Ep 89: Mothership Atlantic Rowing Challenge Crew - Doing something extraordinary was less scary than we thought!

Update: 2022-04-13
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In this final episode of season 5 I am joined by half of the Mothership crew who just completed the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge row coming in 2nd place women’s 4 in just over 40 days. They have been training for 2 years, preparing technically and physically as well as getting over the mental hurdle of being out in the Atlantic on their own with no immediate support and rowing 2 hours on 2 hours off for the whole time.


Felicity (Dids) and Lebby joined me to chat about their approach to the row, what they found the most challenging part and their experience of being women and mothers rowing this challenge.


I love speaking to women who have done something extraordinary against all expectations and the crew of the Mothership are exactly those type of women.


If you enjoyed this episode, please do give it a rating and review if you’re on Apple podcasts - it’s super quick and will help others find this podcast amongst all the others out there.


Thanks for listening to this series and for joining me in the chats and connections made with inspiring and informative women who happen to be mothers.


See you soon for Season 6!



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Ep 89: Mothership Atlantic Rowing Challenge Crew - Doing something extraordinary was less scary than we thought!

Ep 89: Mothership Atlantic Rowing Challenge Crew - Doing something extraordinary was less scary than we thought!

Kathryn Meadows