- It works, it is to think of getting home to those you love. So you can satanedme hive in the veins, I can promise you.
Mads Vangsø is ready in the saliva, as he tells about the time he and Lasse Wulff Hansen realized that the competition to come first over the Atlantic ocean in their rowboat, no longer gave them enough 'gunpowder'.
Just so quiet was the idea of seeing their loved ones again instead the driving force that would carry them forward towards the goal at Antigua.
Here arrived the host and the soldier Wednesday afternoon Danish time - and on the pier stood their beloved is ready to receive.
Community - 30. jan. 2019 - at. 14:57 Now they have crossed the Atlantic: Here come Mike and Lasse in the target
For Mads Vangsø it meant, among other things, a reunion with her seven months old daughter, and Lasses, a smækkys of its Sanni, as he on Tuesday - via text messages between the island and the robåden - able to celebrate the four-month wedding anniversary with.
- How is it to see each other, Lasse?
Mega fat. It is quite wild. What is incredible is.
With hugs and kisses done, 'after photos' taken, it was time for one of hjemkomstens other highlights; the first real meal since leaving.
And we sat with at the table, as the dripping teeth were put in the probably the best burger, the two gentlemen have ever got.
Mike and Lasse will be in Antigua next week to keep a very well-deserved holiday with their families, but of course you can read much more about the two, their journey, and as well physical as mental change here on the site in the coming days.
Community - 28. jan. 2019 - at. 08:59 Touched by the danes ' performance: - Now I am quite emotional
Lasse and Mads are not the only ones who cross the Atlantic these days.
14 of this year's 28 participating both in the race 'Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge' has already come in objective, but they have all had three or more paddlers aboard.
The two danes could therefore with a clear lead to take the victory, as the first deuce-boat that came into port.