Shoreman left Youngstown, New York at roughly 4 p.m. ET on Friday and finished his trip across Lake Ontario at around 1 p.m. Saturday in Toronto.
Mike Shoreman said he is ready for his final conquest, one he hopes will inspire millions around the world who have struggled with mental health.
It took nearly 28 hours and more than 44 miles, but a Canadian man is now one step away from completing his quest to cross all five Great Lakes via paddleboard.
Michael Shoreman, 39, landed on North Avenue Beach, July 27, 2022, after a 27-hour journey on paddleboard across Lake Michigan. He's looking to be the first athlete with a disability to cross the Great Lakes.
Mike Shoreman will depart from Union Pier, Michigan on Tuesday night, with plans to finish along Chicago’s North Avenue Beach at around noon Wednesday.
An avid paddleboarder, Mike Shoreman was told he could never paddleboard again. But he didn’t pay attention to that edict and now is trying to make history.