Tasman Trespasser

26 01 2010

The truly lunatic feats of endurance by others helps to change us. To master endurance sports, you have to continually expose yourself to situations, people and events that change what your mind believes impossible.

Who didn’t ride a little further after reading It’s not about the bike, and if you’ve read this book by James Castrission, you’ve already changed your views on what horrors challenges your mind and body can endure.

On 20 January, Shaun Quincey left Australia to row solo to NZ, a feat that his father accomplished in 1977. Colin Quincy is the only person ever to have made the crossing solo.

No doubt, if he doesn’t make it, he will be labelled as foolish. If he does make it, he will be a hero. Either way, let his endeavours expand your own horizons.

You can follow him here.

We are also following him on Twitter on the side bar of this web site.

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