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Heads Together and Row: Who stole Toby's pants?

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Here's a slightly fuzzy (both photographically and facially) Justin at 10pm last night, preparing for another rowing shift.

Toby wrote: "After a good day of the right wind and water in the right place at the right time, mostly, J-dog takes to the oars. It's a beautiful pink sunset with a hint of threatening rain clouds starting to build behind us just as we like it. Another night on the open seas to embrace, particularly as we come to the end of our final weekend crossing the Atlantic (touch wood!)."

As of 1600 GMT on day 48, here’s how the team are getting on:

Position: 17 degrees 3.40 N, 058 degrees 15.53 W

Speed/Direction: 2.0 knots @ 261 degrees

Distance rowed: 2524 Nautical Miles (2904 Miles)

Distance to go: 201 Nautical Miles (231 Miles)

12th in Fours crews

17th overall

Henley Business School is working with Heads Together and Row on a research project looking at individual and team resilience. Click here to find out more.

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Published 28th January 2019