In 2014, Joseph started to work on his project to row across the ocean. During his three years of preparation, he followed the great steps of a project preparation and completed, with his teammate, a first crossing in 2017.
During his preparation, he collected a lot of information about this sport and contacted many ocean rowers to get suggestion, acquire knowledge and be ready for every situation.
One with the Ocean
“After two meetings with the Atlantic, I think it's time to go back, solo this time” Joseph Gagnon
Third Atlantic Ocean crossing, second time rowing across it
Departure: St John’s (Newfoundland)
Arrival: Noirmoutier (France)
Length: 53 days, 8 hours and 26 minutes to break the time record
Challenge: balance tiredness and energy & mental strength
At 21 years old, Joseph would be the youngest cross-Atlantic rower in the world
53 days, 8 hours and 26 minutes to break the time record.