A former Royal Marine from Devon who lost his leg in an accident has completed the fastest unsupported solo row across the Atlantic.
Lee Spencer finished the crossing from mainland Europe to South America in 60 days, smashing the able-bodied record for the route by 36 days.
The 49-year-old, from Horrabridge in Devon, said he hoped his trip will inspire “all those who seek to rediscover themselves” and prove "no-one should be defined by disability".
Mr Spencer, who served in the armed forces for 24 years, plotted his epic journey to raise money for the Royal Marines Charity and the Endeavour Fund.
He arrived in Cayenne, French Guiana, on Monday - having faced 40ft waves and a bout of gastroenteritis during the voyage, while sleeping for just two hours at a time.
Upon arriving, the married father of two said he was "exhausted" and looking forward to having a beer and relaxing.