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Amputee rowing team cross finish line

Crowds gathered to congratulate the crew Photo: Row2Recovery

Amputee servicemen turned rowers have made history by finishing 'world's toughest row' across the Atlantic Ocean.

Cayle Royce from Dartmouth and Lee Spencer from Yelverton are part of Row2Recovery, the first all-amputee team to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.

The pair from Devon joined two others in the four man challenge Credit: Row2Recovery
They landed in Saint Paul, Antigua Credit: Row2Recovery

The two men from Devon have made history as part of the first crew of amputees to row across the Atlantic.

They arrived in Antigua today (4 February), having set off on 20 December.

The men let off flares in celebration as they approached the shore Credit: Row2Recovery
The crew have been rowing for 6 weeks Credit: Row2Recovery

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