De La Rosa poses for a photograph. Photo: Antonio de la Rosa/ Facebook
A Spanish man claimed the title of the first person to cross the Pacific Ocean on a stand-up paddleboard when he arrived in Hawaii.
De La Rosa arrives at the Waikiki Yacht Club.
The endurance athlete paddled away from San Francisco June 9 in his attempt for the record.
De La Rosa covered 2,500 miles (4,023 kilometers) of open ocean alone, using wind, currents and the power of his arms.
His 24-foot (7.3-meter) vessel called Ocean Defender is a combination paddle board and small boat with a sleeping cabin, storage bins, desalination unit, and solar panels for powering electronics.
De La Rosa estimated the journey would take 70 days, but completed the trip in 76 days.
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