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Douglas Magazine Interview, July 2012

Douglas Magazine shares an interview with Adam in their July 2012 publication.  The full article can be viewed on Pages 16-19 at the link below.  Enjoy! Douglas Magazine Article July 2012

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Adam’s next step: The Atlantic Crossing, December 2012

Adam and his crew, OAR Northwest, will row across the Atlantic Ocean, from Liberia to Venezuela, in December 2012.  The 60-80 adventure will raise money for Right to Play while also promoting the benefits of outdoor adventure for youth and adults alike. Adam’s team have partnered with the Canadian Wildlife Federation who share the goal … Continued

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Adam and his team complete their circumnavigation of Vancouver Island

Adam and the Oar Northwest crew have circumnavigated Vancouver Island.  Adam has arrived back in Victoria, while the rest of the crew continued on to Vancouver where they will complete their journey before returning back to Seattle.  This is the first time a four person crew has rowed around Vancouver Island. Full news coverage from … Continued

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Biodiesel’s brewing on Vancouver Island

Adam speaks to Monday Magazine’s Danielle Pope about his involvement in the growing Biodiesel production on Vancouver Island. Full article can be found here.

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Adam speaks live with CBC mid way through his Vancouver Island row

CBC’s Gregor Craigie checks in with Adam and his crew as they begin to round the north tip of Vancouver Island’s coast.  The crew’s journey can be tracked via Yellow Brick Satellite Tracking Systems at Oar Northwest.com . Listen to Adam’s interview with CBC here.

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An Interview with Adam Kreek – Rowing News

Adam speaks with Rowing News about his circumnavigation of Vancouver Island in this month’s publication.  The article includes an interview with Adam and great photos of the crew’s launch from Vancouver. The full article can be found here.

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The Vancouver Island Adventure in Summary

The Huffington Post’s Heidi Dietrich explores Oar Northwest’s Vancouver Island adventure and highlights the multifaceted nature of their journey.  From scientific data collection to environmental and human physiology curricula development, the Oar Northwest crew has their hands full – quite literally. The full article can be found here.  

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Adam launches from Vancouver to circumnavigate Vancouver Island, BC

Adam and his OAR Northwest teammates departed Vancouver this morning to circumnavigate Vancouver Island, unassisted, on a 29‐foot ocean rowing boat.   The crew will traverse and document the awe inspiring and challenging Inside Passage, also known as the “Grave‐yard of the Pacific.”  Their vessel is the most technologically advanced rowing boat in the world, equipped … Continued