Two university students from UWE in Bristol are refusing to give up their attempt to row across the Atlantic, despite becoming stranded at sea.
Lauren Morton and Hannah Lawton are taking part in the Atlantic Challenge in memory of a close friend, but have suffered so many problems, they remain more than a thousand miles from the finish line.
It is one of the toughest rowing races in the world and that's before you take in into account that things will and do go wrong.
Lauren and Hannah were competing in the Atlantic Challenge, a 3 thousand mile route from the Canary Islands to Antigua. I say were, because as this graphic shows, their little blue boat is still out there, while all the other competitors have finished.
The girls are currently floating more than a thousand miles from the finish after their rudder snapped. Speaking to our ITV colleagues In Yorkshire Lauren's dad Wayne said it's the latest in a series of setbacks:
The pair have been told to call it a day 5 times, but they're determined to finish. Raising money in memory of their friend Eleanor Rose Ellis who died of cervical cancer in 2012.
They've received plenty of support, among the well wishers, Olympic gold medalist Katherine Grainger telling them to stay strong and keep riding those waves.
Whether they'll be allowed to keep riding those waves may come down to the race officials, but you can guarantee the girls won't give up without a fight.
You can watch our full report on this with Jonty Messer below: