Atlantic Challenge 2014

On the first weekend of February 2014 James Prior (48) will fly out to Grand Canaria to join an 8 man team to row the Atlantic in an attempt to break the record of 32 days. As a novice rower it will be a stern test but one he hopes will allow him to raise £100,000 for research to find a cure for Crohn's and Colitis. Log into the blog to follow progress and share the pain as he tries to toughen up for the trip under the watchful and critical eye of his children!

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They’ve done it! Congratulations Crewing for Crohn’s!

Posted on March 18 - 2014 | Comments Off

We’re incredibly proud to announce that James and the Toby Wallace crew have made it! After an astounding 32 days, 22 hours, 31 minutes and […]

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OVERWHELMED BY YOUR SUPPORT!

Posted on March 11 - 2014 | Comments Off

Less than a week left of the great Atlantic row and we have the best news to report yet…Crewing for Crohn’s have hit their £100,000 […]

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We’re in Woman Magazine!

Posted on February 28 - 2014 | Comments Off

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8 ROCK ‘N’ ROW FACTS ABOUT CREWING FOR CROHN’S

Posted on February 27 - 2014 | Comments Off

The Toby Wallace has been designed to achieve a “4 minute mile of ocean rowing” and is one of the lightest and most advanced rowing […]

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CALLING ALL COMEDIANS!

Posted on February 24 - 2014 | Comments Off

As you can imagine, once the initial awe of the vast ocean and suspense of the changing weather is over, the scenery becomes quite repetitive […]

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OARSOME WORK CREW!

Posted on February 24 - 2014 | Comments Off

It’s been 2 weeks since the crew left for the great row and we are delighted to report that James and the guys are still […]

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