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Three Scottish brothers break the world record by rowing across the Atlantic Ocean in 35 days

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Three brothers have just broken the world record rowing across the Atlantic Ocean. 

The brothers Ewan (27) Jamie (26), and Lachlan (21) started their journey from La Gomera, Canary Islands on December 12, rowed covered 3,000 miles arrived in Antigua, Caribbean after 35 days.

The three are the very first 3 brothers to row across any ocean in the world. They are also the fasted trio to do so. Finally, they are the youngest three to row across the Atlantic.

The smashing of this record was confirmed by the Atlantic Campaigns on their Facebook page.

The previous world record for a trio rowing across the Atlantic Ocean was 41 days. 

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