After facing a life-threatening disease, 37-year-old Kiko Matthews set herself the challenge of becoming the fastest woman to solo row across the Atlantic, unassisted with no previous experience of rowing.
As you’ll hear in today’s episode, half way through her training, her brain tumour came back.
But to the surprise of many, that didn’t stop Kiko from believing she could accomplish her goal.
“Sitting in the middle of the Atlantic ocean, with the closest humans to me located in space, it was easy to wonder…how the hell did I get here?
The feat not only helped Kiko achieve a world record but also gave her the opportunity to give back to the very people that helped her survive.
Join me as I finds out exactly what it takes to break the Atlantic rowing record after brain surgery.
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