A group of British servicemen completed an epic voyage across the Atlantic on Wednesday, landing in Barbados to enthusiastic cheers.
The six-man row2recovery team included four men who lost limbs serving in Iraq or Afghanistan. The men took 51 days to cross from the Canary Islands, battling a number of setbacks, including a broken rudder and lack of fresh water.
See their arrival below:
It's taken 51 days to row 3,000 miles across the Atlantic, and they've suffered setback after setback. But finally, they did it. A team of injured British servicemen completed their epic row across the Atlantic. ITN's Nina Nanar reports.
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