I welcome more to come to Antigua than I've ever looked forward to anything before. I bother kraftedeme no more!
that was the gist of it from Lasse Wullf Hansen in the morning, shortly after he was awakened from a too short night's sleep and be able to look forward to yet another day with 12 hours of rowing in company with his partner, former radio and tv host Mads Vagsø.
Extra Magazine received this video this morning, where Lasse Wullf Hansen seems very tired and resigned. The mood is however much better later in the afternoon.
The two constitute the Danish flavour by the year's Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, and even though Lasse sounded as if he was ready to throw in the towel in the morning, it is thankfully a little better, since the Extra Leaf catches the duo on a satellite phone in the early afternoon.
We know that emotions come and go. You can't rely on them. It will say that such here we have it straight now, but about four hours we have it is different, and so are we flying again, says Mads Vangsø.
- the Body starts to hurt, mentally speaking, we are challenged because we have not reached the halfway point. The night is extremely harsh, for we maintain ourselves in a rhythm with the to sleep an hour and 50 minutes, it does painfully hurt!
the Journey across the Atlantic
After the rudder every two hours at a time and sleeps for two hours. Round the clock on the entire trip.
Every paddler need to drink up to ten litres of water a day.
Seawater is purified in a 'watermaker' and thus becomes for drinking water.
A beet lose an average of 12 pounds on the trip.
More people have climbed Mount Everest than crossing an ocean in a rowing boat.
At the deepest point is the Atlantic ocean, about 8.5 miles deep.
in the Middle of the Atlantic waves can be up to six metres high.
Two sikkerhedsbåde sailing with on the trip.read more Close
Vangsø compare it with that get up and go to work, after a night with too many beers and too little sleep.
- The energy you must use to pull yourself out of bed, we do this every night, two times. It costs just, sounds.
Fortunately the duo, however, a few tricks up her sleeve when it comes to keep the courage up on the long trip.
Hear how He Vangsø and Lasse Wullf Hansen keeps the momentum, and whether they have regretted that they took of the place, the feature of the article.
Through video, photos and live gennemstillinger to and from the boat you have every day the opportunity to follow the experiences and challenges, Mads Vangsø and Lasse Wulff Hansen meetings, when they are completely alone and without aids trying to cross the Atlantic ocean in a rowboat.
See also HERE, where the danes find themselves right now.
We follow them up to, during, and when - if all goes as it should - going in the goal on the journey.
the Race was shot at time 12. december on La Gomera and ending approximately 45 days later and more than 5000 kilometres away on Antigua in the Caribbean.read more Close
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