It was a tough, challenging race – probably tougher than they expected before leaving La Gomera and “setting oars” for Antigua. Latitude 35, the team made up of accomplished rowers, of whom three have taken part in the Atlantic Challenge before, faced fierce competition by the new kids on the block, Row4James, who really gave them a run for their money.

This competition and their sheer willpower and endurance pushed them to beating the world record finishing at an incredible time of 35 days 14 hours and 3 minutes and in turn making race history and setting a record that might stand for a very long time…!

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It was a tough, challenging race – probably tougher than they expected before leaving La Gomera and “setting oars” for Antigua. Latitude 35, the team made up of accomplished rowers, of whom three have taken part in the Atlantic Challenge before, faced fierce competition by the new kids on the block, Row4James, who really gave them a run for their money.

This competition and their sheer willpower and endurance pushed them to beating the world record finishing at an incredible time of 35 days 14 hours and 3 minutes and in turn making race history and setting a record that might stand for a very long time…!

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