46 rowers logged kilometers in March of 2017. Joe Kappil rowed the most with 263 kilometers. Robert Jones was 2nd with 178 km, Tom Heig was 3rd with 129, Marietta Dahanayake was 4th with 115 and Greg Wood 5th with 91 km.
The top 5 for the year-to-date are therefore:
David Alviar 3492
Joe Kappil 648
Robert Jones 357
Nigel Millard 272
Tom Heig 265
Complete 2017 year-to-date results can be found here.
Starting in 2006, BARC rowers have voluntarily recorded their daily rowing distance in the “BARC Distance Rowing Challenge” rowing ledger at the boathouse. In this voluntary, friendly competition, those who row the greatest distance (e.g. Top 5) are recognized on a monthly basis, by way of posts to this section of our web site. On an annual basis, those rowers who row one million (or more) meters (1000+ kilometers or 621+ miles), over the past year, are recognized and awarded a BARC Distance Challenge Award, typically at our annual meeting. The awards vary by year, from plaques to BARC-inscribed beer mugs! All results, for all years, are available below.
The BARC Distance Challenge
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