Four Oarsmen smash 3,000 mile Atlantic row in 29 days

Four amateur rowers are believed to have set a new world record for the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean.

Friends George Biggar, Dicky Taylor, Peter Robinson and Stuart Watts spent 29 days and 15 hours at sea during the 3,000-mile crossing from the Canary Islands to the Caribbean.

The men were met by family and friends in Antigua just after 02:00 GMT.

They beat the previous Talisker Whisky Atlantic

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