In a globalised world, where we are constantly bombarded by an impressive number of information, one of the few ways to be heard or to engage emotionally and motivate a large number of people is a striking undertaking.

This is exactly what Braam Malherbe and Wayne Robertsonmust have thought when they decided to embark on a rowing expedition in the southern Atlantic. The challenge is not a novelty. The Italian sailor Alex Bellini had already crossed the Atlantic and the Pacific on a boat where the only propulsion was in the strength of his arms. In this case, rowers are two and they will alternate their 2 hours shifts for about three months to row from Cape Town to Rio de Janeiro.

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