Rigorous scheduling will be key for the crew of Adam’s expedition, departing Senegal this week. The four crew members must apply their wide range of expertise, all while becoming increasingly mentally and physically fatigued, making their ability to organize otherwise simple daily tasks much more difficult. “Every aspect of the foursome’s schedule—from taking scientific readings … Continued
Outside Magazine explores the field of ocean rowing and describes what Adam’s crew will experience on their 60-90 day, 3,700 nautical mile voyage. Ocean Rowing Takes Off – Outside Magazine December 2012
Adam’s interview about his upcoming Ocean Expedition can be found here: CBC Eye Opener December 24th, 2012.
Adam arrived in Senegal this week where he and his crew are preparing to depart on their cross Atlantic rowing expedition. The crew of four men will row unsupported 3,700 nautical miles from Dakar, Senegal to Miami, Florida in an estimated 60-90 days. Recent coverage of Adam’s expedition can be found at the Globe and … Continued
An engaging interview by SportCafe Reporter Tom Hall. Adam Kreek on Sport, Adventure and what drives him to achieve. Full Interview: SportCafe Tom Hall Interview November 2012
Victoria’s Times Colonist details Adam’s upcoming Ocean Expedition, including a great FAQ section. Your questions, answered! ? Distance from Dakar, Senegal, to Miami: about 6,700 kilometres ? Amount of food on board: 250 kilograms ? Estimated crossing time: 60 to 100 days ? Length of rowboat: 29 feet ? Hours per day that boat will … Continued
Adam and his teammates from OAR Northwest depart this December to row unsupported from Dakar, Senegal to Miami Florida. The Canadian Wildlife Federation Africa to the Americas journey will span 6,700 Kilometers across the Atlantic Ocean and 60-100 days of consistent rowing. OAR Northwest is proud to have partnered with incredible Sponsors and Supporters to … Continued
Adam reflects on the 2012 Olympic Games in London, UK. What did we learn and where will we go from here? His full article can be read at the following link on Canada.com.
Adam was recently interviewed for a book chapter about his perspectives on Leadership, Success, and Wellbeing. The following is an excerpt from this interview. David: I’d like to start off by asking you about failure. It’s something we all experience, yet often find so difficult to overcome. You faced massive failure at the 2004 Olympic … Continued
Adam reports from London 2012 after Simon Whitfield’s crash and retreat from the Olympic Men’s triathlon, in the wake of Paula Findlay’s last place finish in the Olympic Women’s Triathlon. A Tribute to the Fallen – Simon Whitfield crash, Paul Findlay’s last place finish at the Olympic Triathlon.