A team of rowers including armed forces Captain Mark Jenkins from Brighton are preparing for one of the toughest races in the world. Joining him will be Trooper Cayle Royce and Corporal Scott Blaney who were both injured during service in Afghanistan.
The Row to Recovery team will begin the gruelling journey across the Atlantic in December, raising money for Help for Heroes.
VIDEO: The charity Help for Heroes will use the equipment at its new recovery centre at Tedworth House near Salisbury. The injured service men and women will be helped to adapt to their new ways of life.
270 cyclists have made their final ride along the promenade in Dunkirk to complete the 350 mile "Help for Heroes Bike Ride". They've raised more than £400,000, every penny of which will go towards helping wounded service personnel. 6 wounded soldiers from Britain cycled the route on hand bikes.
Mark Elliott from Help for Heroes pays tribute to Robin Gibb, who carried out work for the organisation. Robin forged close links with the Armed Forces and was a popular figure at events throughout the region.