Amputee veterans set world record rowing 3,000 miles across the Atlantic


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An all-amputee team of military veterans have rowed across the Atlantic and into the history books after tackling the annual Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge to raise awareness of life beyond injury .

Four wounded military veterans have earned their place in the history books after becoming the first all-amputee team to row across an ocean.

British team Row2Recovery docked in Antigua's English Harbour shortly after 4pm GMT following their record-breaking 3,000-mile journey from the Canary Islands.

Lee Spencer, 46, Nigel Rogoff, 56, Paddy Gallagher, 30, and skipper Cayle Royce, 29, who have three legs between them, set a new world record thanks to their incredible determination and endurance.


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