ONE THOUSAND MILES! ￼ @scott_baste and @bradfriesen have completed the epic TheYukon1000] in a record time of 7 days, 6 hours and 34 minutes. You guys are total badasses and absolutely inspiring ￼ Repost from @qbpaddles•ONE THOUSAND MILES! @scott_baste and @bradfriesen have completed the epic TheYukon1000] in a record time of 7 days, 6 hours and 34 minutes. You guys are total badasses and absolutely inspiring Scott from Florida and Brad from Canada, along with two dozen other SUP, canoe and kayak teams, have been paddling through the Yukon wilderness for the past week in a “race” of mind-bending proportions. Other finishers include the amazing Dutch SUP duo of @ellaoesterholt and @jannekesmitssup who finished right behind in an incredible 7 days, 8 hours plus the two-man kayak team from @bendracing who set an extraordinary new overall record of 5 days, 11 hours.The Yukon 1000 is a 1000-mile (1600km) odyssey that follows the same course as the Yukon River Quest (which our boys paddled last month) …except the 1000 keeps going after you reach Dawson. It keeps going all the way across the US/Canada border into Alaska through territory so remote you’ll go days without seeing another human, before finally finishing at the Dalton Highway Bridge — one of only two bridges that paddlers see along the entire route.