A man from Newport is aiming to be the first Type1 diabetic to row across the Atlantic.
The group of friends from Newport say they haven't got much rowing experience but were inspired after watching a youtube video. Now, they're deep in training for the trans-Atlantic crossing.
"The aim of the game is to raise awareness that regardless of diabetes you can achieve what you want to achieve and further," says Hugo.
Hugo's diabetes will need continual management throughout the journey - something some young people in Wales can struggle with.
The number of miles the team will be rowing. From the Canaries to Antigua.
The number of feet their boat, Tiny Dancer, is long
In response to this, for the first time, diabetes patients will be able to access their medical details online so help them better manage their condition.
Patients Know Best is already in use for other conditions but it's being extended in Wales to include diabetes.
Team Oarstruck will set off on the 3,000mile trip in December. They will depart from the Canary Islands and hope to reach Antigua in the Caribbean in 50 days.
The boat that will become home for that time is 29ft long, has two cabins and is named Tiny Dancer. The team will row in pairs to ensure the boat is always moving 24hours a day. Each pair will row and rest in 2-hour shifts.
You can keep up to date with the team by searching Team Oarstruck on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.