After 115 days away at sea, two students from Bristol are now back home. Hannah Lawton and Lauren Morton were rescued after their attempt to complete The Atlantic Challenge, unfortunately failed.
Now they've been reunited with their families. Ellie Barker has more.
Two university students from UWE in Bristol are refusing to quit in their attempt to row across the Atlantic, despite becoming stranded at sea.
Lauren Morton and Hannah Lawton are taking part in the Atlantic Challenge, raising money in memory of a friend who died from cervical cancer.
But the pair have suffered so many problems, they remain more than a thousand miles from the finish line while all the other competitors have finished.
The father of 24-year-old rower Lauren Morton has spoken of his concern for his daughter and her partner Hannah, after they became stranded at sea.
Wayne Moreton says the Bristol students faced numerous problems during the race but are determined to finish, as they're competing in memory of their friend who died of cervical cancer.
He spoke to Duncan Wood and Christine Talbot on ITV News Calendar:
Bristol University students Lauren Morton and Hannah Lawton are waiting for help mid-Atlantic after their rudder broke.
They're taking part in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Rowing Race, which is considered one of the most perilous rowing challenges in the world.
A man from Bridlington won the race in January, as Duncan Wood explains: