ATLANTIC ROWING RACE
-FREDRIK ABELLIN AND VIKTOR MATTSSON
We row 2,512 nautical miles in the scorching sun, burning yourself is not an option. Atlantic Rowing Race is one of the world’s toughest races. It goes from the island of La Gomera across the Atlantic to Barbados, a distance of 2512 nautical miles. In the tropical heat and blazing sun, the rowers compete in two-hour shifts around the clock. When rowing, the equipment must be minimal but a sunscreen is of course guaranteed a place among the kit. In such extreme conditions, EVY is the only choice we can imagine. EVY lasts a very long time and is resistant to sweat and salt water. Getting burned can be devastating and simply cannot happen.