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sticking to go beyond this, as we take on the world 8 hours, i do all this is weird all about the stories that matter to you. whatever it takes, 5 policemen follow with you. we are, your is actually on fire. made for mines with
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wade is 10 meters high, no land in sight, full women alone on the open sea. my cath, stephanie, catalina, and tim not by taking on the biggest challenge of their lives. crossing the atlantic ocean in a row boats in a telescope, atlantic challenge micah, a cardiologist by trade, has hardly any rowing experience globally, as i think. it's also a little bit about getting to know myself from a different perspective by doing something crazy. my to select. she has me like the other women, she lives in hamburg, mike, his best friend, catalina, came up with the idea. ah, my gallon with you. i'm toyota. i like having adventures and trying different 40
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things august 30 to 67 days on the atlantic, with no support bo everything on board and doing it all ourselves. it's kind of a life project gases. i've lived in limbs. we act ah, mother and daughter g o stuffy and tim not complete the team. they to were looking for something different in life vests and yahoo, 16 years i made her school lunches. that's not enough of a life or reason. i'm doing something else. why? which often i'm looking forward to seeing the crazy starry sky because we won't have any light. i hope we see dolphins and whales. i'd love to swim with dolphins get over to the huge room. first though, they have to train several times every week stuffy and tim to take to their local river. the outstanding in humbug although they both have experience in rowing, they brought in support from form of well champion,
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cassandra alca with dr. stephanie, don't fall asleep. she is, you are on land, that's how to push through the last part. i thought, did you know what i mean then doing well. hi buffer. got model with them and nor heard bussey mom, if you weren't involved in this and didn't no one liked him, you'd have to be careful not to be mean about it and say, what on earth are they doing? complete nonsense to the group has been training for a year and a half 3, but the 2nd breakfast today looks good. chocolate. great. laura leo, who were rowing a marathon today? 42.195 kilometers to combine some info to me. awe before this challenge, catalina, and micah had never been on a row boat. oh,
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oh. oh. 05000 kilometers of ocean, a white them with high waves, bad weather, and life packed together in a tiny space. many teams have broken off attempts at a crossing in the past. these people women want to become the 1st old female german team to make it ah ah, over in southeast england, in the town of burning on, crouch charlie pitcher makes roy boats fit for the high seas. oh, really. why? the team has invested tens of thousands of euros in his skills. now they see what that money. his port. it's 8 meters long, weighs a ton and is designed to be unsinkable. these 5 square meters will be the team's
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home for weeks. great. our own bo port shewn model that i had never even had a brand new car before. always used cars. this is new. hey, they're the 1st german women's team. you know, the whole world will be watching when they're racing next year. so very exciting time. so i'm really excited for them. that 1st test is crossing the english channel councils. it's not too much to see burger nash, 30 house rowing 5. it's not just the physical demands that faced the team. the atlantic crossing will be a huge psychological challenge running on the outside a simply not the same. a grueling rhythm of 2 hours rowing followed by 2 hours sleeping awaits them. and that's not all. with half past 1 in the night,
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we had to admit that although the storm is in here, yet, the weather is too strong for us stock. michelle, what you had to vomit to day and now we're turning back with the team has failed. it's 1st trial. the mood is deflated them since you megan, overcome the wind in the current and then try to decided we had to turn back on that still time before the race gets underway. charlie gives his advice on what the 4 women should focus on before. then they've got to get more path with yours. you've got to have really good, strong legs and back. doesn't matter about helms and you've got to get your stall right. and you must get that long power together sink closest to if you
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get that power, working through the oars to get the boat moving forward spots. the most important thing for me is that you've got to work on that. it's here in luck. amera. in the canary islands, the 35 teams begin the crossing to antigua in the caribbean in december 2019. the atlantic challenge is the hardest rowing race in the world. the fastest teams will need one month the slowest 2 months. it's the moment of truth for my cache defeat tim now and catalina to yachts are on hand for emergencies. otherwise the rosa out on their run. they're all risks. yes. is risks of bad weather and caps, eyes, and head injury and illness. but things that actually have the greatest effect on cruise a how they get on with each other, personal dynamic. that's a really most important and potentially dangerous thing. in many ways, that team spirit is tested early on. the wind is unusually strong and the boat can
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hardly make any headway. couple a pretty high waves and we all got seasick lawn team. they had it the worst. fortunately, micah is a doctor with the help of an eye the infusion. she gets the situation under control with for the 1st 48 hours, i was so seasick i couldn't move. the girls had to row one person down while i was comatose in the middle of the bo, tristan on her to do sports. but you like every little movement, whatever i didn't before it came back out the house. oh, i thought there are also magical moments like when they were visited by dolphins in the middle of the ocean with merry
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christmas new hob. today it's been with uncommon lungs. i'm, it's a slow progress because we thought we'd see how the bottom of our boat love seat, with all in the kitchen consists of a gas cooker. ready meals are on the menu. i . steph. evelyn is a tasty. oh, look at my little mouse comebacks. always point north and that's where we'll wait
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for you guys. may god protect you on your journey with antigua. this is where the team is hoping to arrive soon. they've faced a number of different weather conditions when they're out there. if you have big, strong season, big wires behind you, that's really good. but this year they've been from the side from behind all mixed up. other teams had to deal with even more extreme situations. but nobody was injured in a number of times when the boat been knocked over, but it's just rough and brutal and bruising and tough. and they've had that a lot. and the challenge that i will even still see some of that before the measure ra. another a 196 miles. hm
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. and then in late january 2020 after more than 40 days, they finally see other human beings again. i. 2 they've completed the 5000 kilometer crossing with pure muscle strength. m ah, a with ah! why did the beautiful antigen at the $42.00 days at $46.00,
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a . cool out and look all rent taking it, indescribably beautiful because i haven't processed it yet. one of the best mornings in my life need not bad, just issues the i was on top of ontario the soonest. the same isn't that, was it phenomenal adventure and it's great to be an inspiration and role models with people and give them motivation, torn a but we never dreamed that it would all end this way. and it is far, michelle, i'm looking forward to a proper shower. good food this on the safe in the harbor. friendship intact, that that's important to us with my cash nephi, catalina, and tim, now have made
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