Will be superimposing onto that picture a live data feed showing Paul's heart rate, the %VO2max he is working at, as well as various other bits of information (don't worry, we will explain what they all mean).
We will regularly put up captions showing the distance Paul has covered, and how far ahead or behind the World Record target he is.
The live webcast will be free... however we hope you consider giving a few pounds to Cancer Research.
The 60 Second Sprint Challenge Competition
Rather than just watching, why not come along and join in! We will be running a 1 minute sprint competition (one for men, one for women). Row as far as you can in the time and record your distance. Do something different with your lunch hour on Thursday 23 August, or spice up your workout on Thursday evening or Friday morning. You can enter any time during the 24 hours the event is under way.
There will be prizes for the winner of each competition, and also prizes for each of two people drawn at random, just for taking part.
Entry Fee: £5 to Cancer Research
Details of the competition, including how to enter, can be found here
About the Organisers
The event has been organised by James Bailey, with the invaluable support and assistance of Tom Hughes and Laura Boyle (Withers), Barry Wishart, Juanita D'Cunha, Jayshree Viswanathan and Carmen Bergne (Grange) and Chris Baillon (Godfrey Sports).
James is a barrister at New Square Chambers, but is passionate about rowing and exercise physiology. He established and runs Q-Power Indoor Rowing Team.