Archive for March, 2011
Just a quick thanks to the lovely people at O2 who gave me a plug last week!
Some nice traffic juice from that ;-)
So Keith’s been all over the place recently; from the Laois Tattler to the Times of Malta! He’s been on Wake Up Australia and discussed the future of his John Todger with Hector!
You can look at some of the coverage of Keith’s upcoming adventure by clicking on the media logos below…
…and its not too late to sponsor him :-) Give me a shout!
(Interview 23:50 minutes into the March 22nd show playback!)
In 2011 I am aiming to become the first Irish person to row solo across the Indian Ocean. Although this challenge is vastly different from everyday life for me, I believe I have the determination and sheer single mindedness to achieve my goal of becoming the first Irish person to row across the Indian Ocean, not only that but I will also be the first Irish person to attempt it solo. My other interests include snow boarding, playing guitar (badly), drama, flying and generally keeping fit.
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- Janais: Keep on writing and cuhgging away!
- Tony Gillings: The one thing I would say Keith is, you can't give up
- Tania and Geoff Weldon: You were very welcome and hope to see you at North Island
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- Solo in a boat?
I may have been solo in a boat but by no means was, this a challenge I undertook all by myself. So many people have helped me along the way so I just want to use this space to say thank you to those people individually. Firstly my sponsors, When I set out to do [...]Continue reading »
- Do you require assistance?
Fujisuka fujisuka fujisuka …this is ocean rowing boat… So after two capsizes can your day get any worse. I thought not, but I was about to be surprised. It’s funny now but at the time I felt almost calmer at sea having being capsized twice. I knew what it was like now and better still [...]Continue reading »