| ||Atlantic Challenge 2002|
Attempt by four British Royal Marines to break the record for rowing across the Atlantic from west to east. June 2002. Crew profiles, inteview with boat designer.
| ||Atlantic ChallengeTeam Marston|
Dominic Marsh and Gary Fooks competed in the Ward Evans Atlantic Rowing Challenge 2001.
| ||Atlantic Rowing Challenge 2001|
Andy Chapple and Ian Anderson, experienced Channel Islands rowers, accept Atlantic Rowing Challenge to row across the Atlantic from Tenerife to Barbados in October 2001.
| ||Atlantic Rowing Challenge 2003 and 2005|
Race from La Gomera to Barbados, including entry details.
| ||Debra Veal|
Story of solo Atlantic row after emergency stand-in for husband. Also details on current occupation as international speaker.
| ||Ocean Challenge 2003|
Jim Shekhdar planning to row solo from New Zealand to Cape Town across the Southern Ocean.
| ||Row That Ocean 2002|
Double-handed attempt to row non-stop and without outside assistance across the Indian Ocean. Starting from Western Australia to Reunion Island off the coast of Madagascar.
| ||Solo Ocean Rowing Marathon|
The program of Russian Fedor Konyukhov's ocean rowing marathon in the ocean rowboat "URALAZ" with a route of La GomeraBarbados.
| ||The Two Oceans Single Handed Rowing Challenge|
Follow Graham Walters preparations for the longest solo rowboat crossing ever undertaken, from the Canaries to New Zealand, crossing both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
| ||Tori Murden's Atlantic Solo Row|
American woman's solo attempt to row the Atlantic.
| ||Trans-Atlantic Rowing Team 2005|
A team of 4 young doctors racing across the North Atlantic in 2005 in a rowing boat.
| ||Trans-Tasman Ocean Rowing Race, 2003|
International crews sought for rowing race across the Tasman Sea. Adventurous four person crews required.
| ||Troika Transatlantic|
The headline-grabbing story of Debra and Andrew Veal, the husband and wife team where he got off and left her to row solo for 100 days.
| ||UniS Voyager|
Simon Walpole and Istv?n Hajdu completed the Ward Evans Atlantic Rowing Challenge in 58 days, 9 hours and 50 minutes, in 12th position.
| ||US Rowboys|
Tom Mailhot and John Zeigler were the only American entry into the Ward Evans Atlantic Rowing Challenge, and finished in 11th place.
| ||Ward Evans Atlantic Rowing ChallengeOfficial Site|
A unique sporting event that took place in 2001, 36 pairs of amateur rowers departed Tenerife bound for Port St Charles, Barbados a journey of over 2,900 nautical miles.
A Chinese/Danish entry into the Ward Evans Atlantic Rowing Challenge. Sun Haibin and Christian Havrehed completed the race in 56 days.