Antonio De La Rosa traveled from California to Hawaii and he made the whole trip on a paddleboard!
He left San Francisco on June 9.
The 42-year-old ultra-endurance athlete from Spain is the first person to cross the Pacific Ocean as a stand-up paddleboarder.
He covered 2,500 miles of open ocean, using wind, currents, and elbow grease.
His vessel, The Ocean Defender, is a combo paddleboard and small boat with a sleeping cabin, storage bins, and solar panels for power.
He did it in 76 days.
Jack and Carolyn talked to him about his trip! Listen below: