English Harbour, Antigua

Congratulations to British team, Square One Atlantic (Sean Lannon and Lee Felton ) who have crossed the finish line of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, and have now stepped on Antiguan land. Square One Atlantic finished nineteenth overall in the race on the evening of 23rd February.  It took the team 65 days, 13 hours and 20 minutes

Square One Atlantic took on the arduous challenge to raise money for Sport for Freedom and Rape Crisis England & Wales.

Sean is originally from Newcastle and Lee from Dudley, but Sean now lives in Cheltenham and Lee works in Dubai as a biology teacher. Square One Atlantic originally signed up to the race as a four, however, two of the rowers dropped out making the challenge to reach the start line even greater for Sean and Lee. Overcoming this obstacle Sean and Lee battled on, and have now finished the race and hope to raise £30,000 for their chosen charities.

Join us in congratulating  them by clicking here and read the story of these two determined rowers who have taken on the challenges that the Atlantic Ocean has thrown at them with an amazing positive attitude and calm manner.

English Harbour, Antigua

Congratulations to British team, Square One Atlantic (Sean Lannon and Lee Felton ) who have crossed the finish line of the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, and have now stepped on Antiguan land. Square One Atlantic finished nineteenth overall in the race on the evening of 23rd February.  It took the team 65 days, 13 hours and 20 minutes

Square One Atlantic took on the arduous challenge to raise money for Sport for Freedom and Rape Crisis England & Wales.

Sean is originally from Newcastle and Lee from Dudley, but Sean now lives in Cheltenham and Lee works in Dubai as a biology teacher. Square One Atlantic originally signed up to the race as a four, however, two of the rowers dropped out making the challenge to reach the start line even greater for Sean and Lee. Overcoming this obstacle Sean and Lee battled on, and have now finished the race and hope to raise £30,000 for their chosen charities.

Join us in congratulating  them by clicking here and read the story of these two determined rowers who have taken on the challenges that the Atlantic Ocean has thrown at them with an amazing positive attitude and calm manner.