Not content with national success, Tasmania's home rowers are embracing the invitation to row into space.
Just a month after finishing with silver and bronze medals in Rowing Australia's virtual 2020 Indoor Interstate Regatta, the state's ergo warriors are getting behind an international effort.
Rowing Australia is teaming up with Rowing Canada, British Rowing and Rowing New Zealand with the Row to the Moon challenge which invites indoor rowers to log their training metres online with the shared goal of accumulating 384.4 million - the distance from Earth to the Moon.
Rowing Tasmania is encouraging all home rowers in the state to get involved.
Executive officer Rob Prescott said: "The Row to the Moon challenge allows our Tasmanian indoor rowers to collectively team up with the other Australian states and territories and rowers from the British, Canadian and New Zealand rowing associations to achieve this goal.
"Rowing Tasmania sees this 10-day challenge as a positive way to stay fit and mentally stimulated."
The project is also being supported by former Tasmanian Institute of Sport rowing coach Ron Batt who is now Rowing Australia's participation and education manager based in Canberra.
The motivation behind the initiative comes from the success of the One Minute Challenge, which ran from May 8-11 and was organised by the same four national rowing federations.
The challenge involved more than 2300 participants, including 600 from Australia, with multiple national records broken.
Row to the Moon will run for 10 days, starting at 3pm on Thursday and will give members of the public the opportunity to take part alongside Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls.
Participants will be asked to upload the distance they cover on a live, real-time web platform which is already open for pre-registration.