Pacific Terrific

Class
Boat Name
Danielle
Boat Number
3
Causes
Mind
Website
www.pacificterrific.com/
  • Race Day 78 – August 23

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  • Race Day 64 – August 9

    Weather: Cockleshell Pacific Endeavour will have 15 kt winds from the East North East with -6 ft easterly seas.   Cockleshell Pacific Endeavour is still...

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Team Members

Name
Cazz Lander
Occupation
Sports Scientist
Age at Start
28
Born in
UK
Representing
UK
Lives in
Loughborough, UK

A love of sport, the outdoors and adventure has seen Cazz take on many physically and mentally demanding challenges over the last few years from multiple ultra-marathons to two successful English Channel relay swimming crossings in 2017. Having tried her hand at most sports, rowing is relatively new to her and so she is looking forward to getting acquainted with a rowing boat over the next few months!

A sports scientist specialising in athlete health monitoring, she works full time in elite sport and has been fortunate to work at some of the biggest sporting events on the planet, including the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

A love for the ocean was installed at an early age growing up by the sea in Cornwall, and she spent many years working as a watersports instructor during school and university, so feels right at home on the water. Cazz is fascinated with exploring the limits of human potential and encourages people to get out of their comfort zones and push themselves to achieve something extraordinary.

Name
Megan Hoskin
Occupation
Business Management Consultant
Age at Start
34
Born in
UK
Representing
UK
Lives in
London, UK

Megan has mountaineered across the globe and has scaled some of the world’s most famous peaks. She’s not afraid to run uphill either, having previously completed marathons and trail runs. A love affair with the sea and waves started from an early age, and she is equally as happy on (and in!) water as she is on a summit slope, be it in a yacht, kayak or packraft!

A founder of Dare Two Do, which seeks to promote team adventuring with purpose, and passionate about championing solutions to the issues of Plastic Pollution.

Megan is an advocate of adventures in any shape or size, is partial to an overnight bivi wild camp under the stars as well as an epic self-powered voyage, and is an avid fan of all that’s deemed a challenge. Endurance is the key ingredient that really makes her tick!

A former corporate business management specialist within the banking sector, she’s now fully focused upon soul sustaining adventuring with purpose. Megan is excited to test her strength to the ocean max whilst championing the causes closest to our hearts.

Name
Eleanor Carey
Occupation
Business Owner - Innovation Hub
Age at Start
28
Born in
Australia
Representing
Australia
Lives in
Queensland, Australia

The status quo is not something that Eleanor has ever been content with. Searching for something more, she undertook her first long distance adventure in 2015 cycling solo and unsupported from Norway to England through 8 countries. She has also hiked and biked in South East Asia, climbed volcanos in Central America and completed multi-day expeditions both sea kayaking and canoeing.

Aside from the outdoor adventures, Eleanor brings a physiotherapy background to the team having worked across across Australia and the UK for the past 8 years. In an effort to help others lead more extraordinary lives, she also co-founded an Innovation Hub in Bundaberg to assist people to make the leap into entrepreneurship.

Eleanor is passionate about helping others to reach their full potential and believes that grand-scale human powered journeys are the ultimate way to unlock self-belief and the ability to back yourself going forward with any new endeavour.