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Man rowing from New York for charity pass the Dingle Peninsula

Sep 30, 2022 17:09 By radiokerrynews
Man rowing from New York for charity pass the Dingle Peninsula Man rowing from New York for charity pass the Dingle Peninsula
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A man attempting a world record row, is off the coast of Dingle.

Damian Browne from Galway set off on the unsupported row across the Atlantic, from New York City on June 15th, along with rowing partner Fergus Farrell.

They wanted to row 3,000 miles in their custom made row boat , across the Atlantic to Galway, while raising funds for four charities.

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Due to illness, Fergus Farrell had to retire from rowing after 13 days.

Upon completion of the row, Damian Browne will become the first person in history to row the Atlantic in both directions and climb Mount Everest.

He is currently on day 107 of the attempt and are was earlier 13 miles north west of the Dingle Peninsula

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Progress of the row can be tracked on projectempower.ie

 

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