MacLean Brothers Set Atlantic Crossing Record

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Lachlan, Jamie and Ewan MacLean beat the previous record of a trio rowing the Atlantic Ocean which was 41 days.

Three brothers from Scotland have set a world record after rowing the Atlantic Ocean in just 35 days . The MacLean siblings, known as BROAR, set off from La Gomera in the Canary Islands on December 12 and completed their 3,000-mile row to Antigua in the Caribbean on Thursday. It means the brothers - Lachlan, 21, Jamie, 26, and Ewan, 27 - beat the previous record of a trio rowing the Atlantic Ocean , which was 41 days, with the timing of 35 days, nine hours and nine minutes.

Ewan said: This is without doubt, the defining experience of my life. It was incredibly difficult but the way we came together, the way our bodies and minds coped with every single challenge, will stay with me for a long time.

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