Female 110-mile Record
PADDLERS: Seychelle Hattingh
On New Year's Eve, 2014, lifelong outdoor and ocean enthusiast, Seychelle Hattingh, decided to try her hand at an unobstructed, 24-hour standup paddle session. Upon completing the feat (an impressive accomplishment in itself), the Florida-born adventurer and professional sailboat captain realized she'd clocked more than 90 miles over the course of her paddle. Seychelle didn't realize until after the fact, she had unofficially outperformed the women's world-record for longest distance paddled in one session. Then in December, Hattingh returned to the Atlantic to make it official. 24 hours and more than 110 miles later, Hattingh now holds the world record.