154 Days. 11,525km. 1 Man.
World-famous Adventurer Fedor Konyukhov becomes the first person in history to cross the Southern Ocean by rowing boat. 154 days. 11,525km. Alone, In the world’s harshest ocean. Radix Nutrition was a partner to Project AKROS providing the nutrition strategy that would enable him to succeed.
A New Page in History
On 9 May 2019, Russian citizen Fedor Konyukhov crossed the longitude of the Chilean Diego Ramirez Islands and became the first person in history to complete a solo voyage on a rowboat across the Southern Ocean, from New Zealand to the Drake Passage in the “roaring forties” and “furious fifties” latitudes.
Starting from the New Zealand port of Dunedin on 6 December 2018, Fedor Konyukhov crossed the Southern Ocean and reached the Drake Passage in 154 days, covering a distance of 11,525 kilometres or 6,400 nautical miles.
"You have to push the limits. Explore yourself and our planet." - Fedor Konyukhov, 2019