Across the Atlantic with manpower and trasers
Four men from Switzerland have made history: SWISS RAW has won the world's toughest rowing race in superior fashion. As the official timekeeper of the Swiss rowing team, we proudly announce the winning time: 34 days, 23 hours and 42 minutes was needed by the Swiss for the 5191.156 kilometers across the Atlantic.
Ingvar Groza from Bern, Roman Möckli and Jan Hurni from Zurich, and Samuel Widmer from Aargau kept uncompromisingly to what they promised before the start and got the win for Switzerland - the first winners of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge from a landlocked country.
We warmly congratulate the entire SWISS RAW team and are proud to be the official timekeeper to record the historic winning time in the world's toughest rowing race.