Less than a month after shoving off from Africa in a rowboat, four Northwest men are out of spare oars and one bad break away from "limping to Miami," the team's spokesman said.
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Serenaded by boat horns and cheers, four University of Puget Sound graduates took their final strokes toward rowing immortality Sunday morning as they stepped on land for the first time in 71 days.
OAR Northwest touched land for the first time in 71 days at 11:48 a.m. making rowing history in the process.
OAR Northwest finally got its victory in a trans-Atlantic rowing race Friday morning and pulled closer to history, but not before giving team members’ friends and family a scare.
At 7:44 a.m. today - 69 days after shoving off from New York, OAR Northwest won the 2,863-mile Ocean Fours Rowing Race across the North Atlantic.
In the first Atlantic Ocean Fours Race, four University of Puget Sound graduates are trying to become the first Americans to row across the North Atlantic.
Winds have finally turned in the favor of OAR Northwest as the crew within 100 miles of the finish of its trans-Atlantic row.
Somewhere in the North Atlantic — OAR Northwest picked up a little speed Monday as it continued its push toward becoming the first Americans to row across the North Atlantic.
The crew of the James Robert Hanssen dropped its sea anchor three times in 24 hours over the weekend to avoid being blown too far off course in their attempt to become the first Americans to row across the North Atlantic.
An ocean rowing championship and a place in history are within the grasp of four University of Puget Sound graduates attempting to become the first Americans to row across the North Atlantic Ocean.
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